What the U.S. spends on medical care is again under the microscope. The AMA Code of Medical Ethics has guidance to help physicians exercise proper stewardship of health care resources.
Steps should be taken at societal, organizational, individual levels to improve well-being, says plan from leading organizations including the AMA.
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.
Patients who track their steps and get daily encouragement and feedback take nearly 1,000 more steps a day. All those steps can add up to better health outcomes.
A JAMA case series sheds light on medical mystery of U.S. workers reporting neurological and other disturbances from their time in Havana.