Spotlight on Hospital-based neurologic care

Escalating economic pressures, a complex regulatory environment, and an ever-expanding scientific knowledge base are threatening to make traditional models for hospital-based neurologic care untenable. Similar to medical hospitalists nearly 20 years ago, neurohospitalists are an emerging group of inpatient subspecialists that have rapidly evolved as a way to bridge the widening gap between increasingly focused outpatient neurologists and the demands of inpatient care for acute neurologic disease.

In this article, Dr. James Greene of Emory University School of Medicine reviews advantages and disadvantages of novel models for hospital-based neurologic care and their potential impact on the future practice of neurology.

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Neurologic complications of coronavirus infections: knowns, unknowns, and who knows

Coronaviruses are known causes of respiratory, enteric, and systemic infections. Most human coronaviruses cause mild symptoms and resolve. The SARS-CoV-2 virus was first discovered in Wuhan, China in December 2019, and in just a few months, has spread to nearly every country in the world, paralyzed the global economy, devastated health care systems, and sent large populations into isolation.

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