This cohort study uses Medicare claims data to examine differences in health care resource use and outcomes among hospitalized Medicare beneficiaries cared for by hospitalists, their own primary care physicians, or other generalists.
This study analyzes inpatient progress notes to determine the documentation practices of medical students, residents, and hospitalists.
This retrospective data analysis investigates variation in spending across physicians and its association with patient outcomes.
Elliott et al examine the association between hospitalist workload and the efficiency and quality of inpatient care. See the invited commentary by Wachter.
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