In a diverse learning pool, there is ample opportunity for cultural and other mix-ups. There are many tools to help coaches navigate the terrain.
Pregnancy clinics’ misleading messages create compelling need to protect patients’ right to accurate medical information, the AMA argues in a brief filed with Supreme Court.
Teen Health Week raises awareness about critical issues in adolescent health. There are five ways your practice can participate.
How well a medical practice survives a cyberattack depends on how well has prepared. Follow this advice on getting started.
A 78-year-old woman comes reports experiencing hand pain and stiffness for six months. She has a history of psoriasis and hypertension. What is the most likely diagnosis?
If structured right, pay-for-performance contracts can reward physicians for activities they’re already doing. AMA advice can help you steer clear of trouble spots.
Patients must be taught how to measure and document their BP so physicians can manage it appropriately. This guide will help your team with that training.
We have offered a look at some of the most frequently missed USMLE Step 1 test-prep questions. Here are the most popular stumpers of all time.
Weeks after a myocardial infarction, a patient with a history of hypertension and hyperlipidemia dies. Which cardiac abnormality caused her death?
Doctors who take on time-consuming roles are allowed to save time for grocery-store trips, dry cleaning, meal deliveries and more.