September is the AMA’s Women in Medicine Month, which celebrates the accomplishments of—and showcases advocacy for—female physicians.
Medication-assisted treatment and inpatient care are among approaches that work, but many states still only offer minimal care for a massive problem.
Find out more about the AMA Physician’s Recognition Award credit system and its benefits for physicians for meeting CME requirements.
The AMA details its response to CMS plans for the Quality Payment Program, with a strong focus on cutting red tape and making it easier and simpler for physicians to participate.
Prep with help from Kaplan Medical. The case: A 3-day-old infant is brought to the office because of yellowing of the skin.
For students seeking academic coaching in medical school, a focus on self-awareness and flexibility can go far.
EHR data-entry errors and system defaults can pose problems, but rigorous system testing can help address these issues.
The phenomenon is widespread, but so are stories of physician burnout recovery. Read the burnout testimonials of two physicians.
A new report lays out 14 test case scenarios to help physicians ensure their EHR works as intended and encourages them to create their own test cases, too.
EHR usability takes a hit when hospitals tinker to get a custom fit. They may also may be putting patients at risk and needlessly adding to physician frustration.