THE HOSPITALIST movement is driven by the belief that quality and efficiency of inpatient care is improved when such care is coordinated by a dedicated core group of physicians. Academic medical institutions are increasingly using hospitalists for their general inpatient services.1 However, little is known about the impact of hospitalist programs on undergraduate or graduate medical education.
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