1. A 12-year-old is seen in the emergency department (ED) on Monday after suffering a fall and hitting his head. A detailed history and comprehensive physical examination are performed. Medical decision-making is moderately complex. The child is admitted to observation and the hospitalist sees the patient shortly thereafter the same day. The hospitalist performs a comprehensive history and physical examination with moderate-complexity medical decision-making. A total of 65 minutes is spent on the floor with more than 50% of the total time spent in counseling. A neurology consultation is ordered and the patient is seen for opinion or advice on Monday evening.

2. The same patient is seen in the ED and admitted to observation. The ED physician discusses the case with the patient's pediatrician, who later speaks with the nurses on the floor and learns that the patient is stable. The pediatrician sees the patient on Tuesday morning and...

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