Physicians want to better understand what’s behind the distressing trend and how to reverse it. Through advocacy and prevention initiatives, the AMA aims to help patients live longer, healthier lives.
Keith C. Ferdinand, MD, moves medicine by targeting the health disparities in cardiac care, 1-on-1 with patients and through research and education.
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.
For individual physicians, the focus with black patients should be on medication adherence, patient education and lifestyle change.
The National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Research Program is ambitious in its scope and its goals. Here is what your patients need to know about taking part in this groundbreaking initiative.