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Hospital Medicine Committees


Hospitalist Structure & Policy Committee (HSPC)

This committee is a diverse group of division providers that look at all facets of current and projected structures and policies. Members develop and articulate plans for better organization, integration, and implementation so that expectations are clear and standardized.

Hospital Medicine Education Committee (HMEC)

This committee of educators is committed to the development of our providers. They look for opportunities to enhance the knowledge that our division holds by way of research, special studies and fellowships.

Hospital Medicine Quality Committee (HMQC)

(Oversees M&M committee (HMMC) and Journal Club) This committee is a sub-committee of HMEC. This committee has a more fine-tuned focus on specific quality education; using real scenarios and examining the successes and failures of each.

Patient Experience Committee (PXC)

This committee drives the future of patient care and is a beacon of ingenuity and design with developments in quality and excellence. The patient experience is a complicated yet rewarding undertaking and one that this committee values immensely.

COVID-19 Response Team

This team is comprised of division leadership, hospitalists, subspecialty experts, and residents. The purpose of this team, is to make fluid evaluations of processes regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and determine best practices for the division, as well as for the betterment of the institution.

The Faculty Development Committee

This advisory committee focuses on enhancing the careers of our hospitalists from an academic, administrative, and clinical perspective. Goal-setting, advancement, and performance strategy are just some of the many ways our hospitalists are inspired and motivated to continue learning and growing in their field. Through this process, avenues are opened and resources become accessible, to partner with those that want to pursue imaginative and unconventional approaches to bettering the quality and nature of patient care.