Monthly Archives: April 2019

6 things wrong with hospital medicine

6 things wrong with hospital medicine DAVID M. MITCHELL, MD, PHD | PHYSICIAN | SEPTEMBER 10, 2018 In 2002, when I began my first hospitalist job, I was a dyed-in-the-wool hospital medicine convert, convinced that the transfer of inpatient care to true specialists in hospital medicine (hospitalists) would dramatically improve the quality and efficiency of inpatient care, increase patient… Read more »

New York County Bans People with Measles from Visiting Public Places

BY JAMIE DUCHARME  UPDATED: APRIL 17, 2019 10:08 AM ET | ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED: MARCH 26, 2019 Officials in New York’s Rockland County are banning people who have been diagnosed with measles out of public places and keeping improperly vaccinated children out of school, in their latest attempt to stop an “accelerating” measles outbreak there. The order… Read more »