The Hospitalist Model – Pros and Cons

This is a preview. View original post on this site Olson

The term “hospitalist” became mainstream in the 1990s, as a new model of caring for inpatients began to gain popularity in the US. A hospitalist is a physician whose entire patient population are inpatients assigned to a given area of a hospital. This is a great career option for internal medicine or family medicine residents who are looking to continue working exclusively within a hospital system and whose priority is the management of sick patients.

Pros: Handoff: One of the main reasons this model for care was developed in the first place is so the transition between

Read Complete Article


Subscribe to Recruiting Headlines

* indicates required


»Need an ATS? Try JazzHR

»Free Rejection Email Templates

»Text Recruiting Software

»Interview Scheduling Tool: Cronofy

»HR Podcast Directory

»Recruiting Newsletters

»HR Tech News

»Freelance HR Jobs

»Recruiting & HR Jobs

»Recruiter Ebooks