It is a great privilege to edit JAMA Internal Medicine, thanks in large part to the work of all of our authors and reviewers, who make our jobs as editors both enjoyable and inspirational. We love talking with you at conferences and hearing from you. Learning that publishing in JAMA Internal Medicine opened new doors in your career makes our day. As detailed in the Table, we hit a new record for submissions this year, at 2893. At the same time, we shortened our turnaround time from receipt to accept to a median of 59 days, thanks to all of the hard work of the editors. As you can see, we have a high reject-without-review rate of 82%, which means that all of the senior editors are working hard to read and triage papers and thus only use our reviewers’ precious time for articles we know have a good chance of being reviewed favorably and published in our pages. After 7 years of working together, we have learned to look for the kind of content that has a clinical impact that you read and think, “yes, I am going to start doing that,” or “I am no longer going to do this.” We are pleased to welcome Gregory Curfman to our editorial group this year to edit our new section in the intersection of Health Care Policy and Law.