Continued quality of care improvements in jeopardy if voluntarily safety reports must be turned over to plaintiffs, physician and hospital groups tell court.
Long-term studies of vaping are needed, and e-cigs’ ingredients should be made public, physicians say.
In first time addressing the topic of “augmented intelligence,” the AMA lays out road map for health care AI to ensure quality, protect patient rights.
Delegates back gun-violence restraining orders, tougher background checks and better data collection, among other actions.
The medical tourism trend can upend patient expectations and physician responsibilities. New AMA ethics policy seeks to clarify the matter.