Mortality Higher Among Patients Treated by First-Year Hospitalists
Mortality rates were higher in patients treated by hospitalists in their first year of practice compared with patients treated by more experienced hospitalists.
Treatment by either a pediatric hospitalist or general pediatrician resulted in similar care outcomes.
For the first time in history, Americans' risk for dying from an opioid overdose is higher than their risk for dying in a car accident.
Although rates of AIDS-defining malignancies have declined in recent decades, cancer remains a leading cause of mortality in people living with HIV.