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The Phantom Menace of Sleep Deprived Doctors-The New York Times Magazine, August 5 2011

Some researchers are trying small-scale innovative designs. Johns Hopkins Medical School, for example, hired professional “hospitalists” to work full time in the inpatient wards.

Reducing HF Readmissions

Reducing HF Readmissions-
Archives of Internal Medicine, May 2011

Reducing Heart Failure Readmissions by Teaching Patient-Centered Care to Internal Medicine Residents.

Dome February 2011

Where Patient's Join the Team: Bridgeview Unit
Dome Publication, February 2011

A pilot program on the Bridgeview Acute Medical Unit at Johns Hopkins Bayview centers care on patients and their families.

Hopkins Medicine Magazine Winter 2011

Hospitalists at the Helm -
Hopkins Medicine Magazine Winter 2011

See why a fast-growing breed of medical specialists could hold a key to increasing patient safety while cutting costs.

Recognizing Clinical Excellence

Recognizing Clinical Excellence -
SEARCH Newsletter, Winter 2010

The Miller-Coulson Academy of Clinical Excellence strives to recognize physicians for outstanding clinical practice.

Flexner at 100

Flexner at 100 -
The American Journal of Medicine, July 2010

The pyramid, a new organizational metaphor for Academic Medical Centers.

Dome May 2010

Push to Reduce Readmissions -
Dome Publication, May 2010

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center hospitalists show how better discharges can keep patients from coming back too soon.

Dome October 2009

A Depth of Field: A New Way of Looking at Academic Medicine - Dome Publication,October 2009

A new way of looking at academic medicine is changing the culture at Johns Hopkins Bayview.

Congressional Record Oct. 14 2009

The Congressional Record:
Extension of Remarks, October 14 2009

Pharos 2009 Aliki Article

Teaching Residents to Know Their Patients as Individuals: The Aliki Initiative - The Pharos, Summer 2009 Edition

The Aliki Initiative reduces residents’ workloads and creates new opportunities for residents to know their patients more fully both inside and outside the hospital.

Clinical Excellence in Academia

Clinical Excellence in Academia: Perspectives From Masterful Academic Clinicians -
Mayo Clinic Proceedings, September 2008

DOME March 2008

A Memorable Month on the Wards: The Aliki Initiative -
Dome Publication, March 2008

By cutting residents’ patient load in half, Bayview is allowing young doctors to dig more deeply into their patients’ lives.