Clinical CareAssigning Hospitalists to Individual Inpatient Units Has Benefits and Drawbacks
Unintended consequences of assigning hospitalists to one or two inpatient units include the temptation to increase patient loads on the...
Clinical CareWarfarin Is Bad to the Bone, Fracture Data Affirms
In U.S. claims analysis, fracture risk lower with DOACs
Clinical Care4 Models to Operate Geriatric Emergency Departments
The four different approaches to establishing geriatric emergency department services vary in the amount of resources required.
Clinical CareFreestanding Emergency Departments Can Increase Patient Spending
New research largely supports the claims of freestanding emergency department critics.
Clinical CareHow to Encourage Pediatricians to Ask Families About Gun Safety
There are personal and professional barriers that block pediatricians from addressing gun safety in their patients' homes.
Clinical CarePost-ISCHEMIA: Focus Turns to Testing for Stable Angina
Stress test no longer enough to send most stable cases to cath lab?
Clinical CareShould We Be Doing More Autopsies?
'Much more can be learned from the dead'
InnovationChildren's National Launches Innovation Partnership with Virginia Tech
New biomedical research facility will be developed on the health system's Research & Innovation campus; the collaboration is expected to...
Clinical CareWhat's Really Driving 30-day Readmission Declines?
A Harvard study offers an alternative explanation for declines in hospital readmissions.
InnovationInnovate Faster: Wake Forest Tells Us How
Collaborative efforts between Wake Forest School of Medicine and Wake Forest Baptist Health are designed to bridge the gap between...
Clinical CareStudy: Fecal Transplants Cut Sepsis Risk in Patients With C. Diff
FMT also tied to shorter length of hospital stay, better overall survival vs antibiotics.
Clinical CareHorror Stories Underscore FMT Risks
Two E. coli infections with one fatal, transmitted to trial patients by same donor.