To address uncontrolled hypertension in African-American men, barbers were trained to measure blood pressure and encourage follow-up. Here is how it worked.
Address these four barriers to help minority patients with hypertension lower their blood pressure, says cardiologist and AMA member Keith C. Ferdinand, MD.
More than 90 percent of this Miami physician group’s patients with hypertension are African-American or Hispanic. Learn about the strategies they used to make big strides.
The use of a “medutainment” approach for marketing and promoting plastic surgeons’ online brands can threaten professionalism.
Dr. Adams urges people close to those at risk of opioid overdose to obtain the lifesaving antidote. The AMA has fought for, and helped shape, naloxone-access laws in all 50 states.
FDA Sentinel System data network has health info on 13 billion clinical encounters that generates real-world evidence on the use of medical products.