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By Richard Bottner, PA-C
August 21, 2018 |  1
By:  Richard Bottner, PA-C Hospitalist, Division of Hospital Medicine, Dell Seton Medical Center Assistant Clinical Professor, Internal Medicine, Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin Alvin is a 42-year-old man who was never really given a chance. His parents both had severe alcohol use disorder. At age 12, his parents encouraged him to skip school […]

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August 8, 2018 |  2
By: Ethan Cumbler, MD, FHM, FACP Sarguni Singh, MD University of Colorado School of Medicine What’s the purpose of attending documentation on a resident’s progress note? The answer might seem obvious, but stop and think about it. Often, the attestation is a detailed exposition of the attending’s own thought process on the diagnosis, differential, and work-up […]
August 1, 2018 |  3
I have a theory. There is a simple thing hospitalists can do that can enhance relationships with our patients, and even, I bet, improve patient satisfaction scores. The catch is it is not something you can do for yourself; you can only “pay it forward” for somebody else. We know patients who trust their physicians […]
July 27, 2018 |  1
I was recently in a room full of powerful women in healthcare (suffering from imposter syndrome myself) for the Women of Impact annual meeting. There was one comment that stuck out to me that I had only heard in passing but not actively voiced in a meeting. Is the #MeToo movement going to result in […]
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