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February 2022

Hospital Neurology
Vanja C. Douglas, Maulik P. Shah, Editor

How can the best neurologic care be delivered to hospitalized patients? Neurohospitalists are one model of care increasingly used by health systems around the United States to address this question.

There is no doubt neurohospitalists improve access to neurologic care. Not only are dedicated inpatient neurologists more available than neurologists who are simultaneously beholden to an outpatient clinic schedule but neurohospitalists can also fill a void for hospitals that otherwise have no access to neurologic consultation. Those of us who have had the experience of consulting in a hospital where there was previously no neurologist available are often left wondering: how were these neurologic problems addressed before I arrived?

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