Addressing health’s social determinants means confronting the reality that a patient’s health is not treated exclusively within an office setting.
The intersection of gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, race, ethnicity and class can determine patients’ health and well-being, experts say.
While views on health care have changed within the physician community during the AMA’s 170-year history, our mission has been unwavering.
The most effective way to fight proposed cutbacks in health care coverage may be to tell the stories of patients affected by them.
Meet Brian Keith McNeil, MD, who says affability, availability, ability and empathy are key to succeeding as a urologist.