Advocacy and Public Policy: Share information and express your views on government relations and political affairs related to hospital medicine.
Care for Vulnerable Populations: Share challenges and solutions related to improving quality of hospital care for vulnerable and underserved patient populations.
Critical Care: With a well-documented intensivist shortage in the U.S., more hospitalists are serving as primary providers of critical care services. Connect with hospitalists from varied backgrounds who practice in the ICU.
Family Medicine: Network, learn, discuss training, share best practices and challenges, and discuss trends related to hospitalists trained in family medicine.
Healthcare Information Technology: Share resources and ideas with regard to all aspects of healthcare information technology related to patient care.
Medicine-Pediatrics: Explore the role of Med-Peds physicians in hospital medicine.
Multi-site HMG Leaders: Network with physicians and administrative leaders responsible for managing multiple hospitalist practice sites within the same health system.
Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants: Share collaborative opportunities, best practices, resources and education to support the professional growth of NPs and PAs.
Palliative Care: Network with hospitalists providing palliative care to share experiences, challenges and training opportunities.
Pediatric Hospitalists: The pediatric hospitalist's home for networking and collaboration.
Perioperative/Co-management: Learn about guidelines updates and recent literature while communicating controversial or difficult patient management issues around perioperative medicine.
Point of Care Ultrasound: Collaborate with other hospitalists who are learning, practicing or teaching this new skill of point of care ultrasound.
Practice Administrators: Voice your ideas and learn from the unique perspectives of key management and operational leaders in hospital medicine.
Practice Management: Share successes and challenges related to staffing, scheduling, communication, engagement, compensation and more.
Quality Improvement: Share resources and collaborate with others focused on quality improvement and patient safety programs.
Residents and Students: Engage with future hospital medicine pioneers, learn from peers and access unique mentorship opportunities with hospital medicine thought leaders.
Rural Hospitalists: Network with colleagues to find solutions to challenges in unique practice environments in underserved locations.