In critical areas such as health-system overhaul, insurance competition and cutting regulatory burdens, AMA member physicians have made their mark in 2017.
The writing is on the wall when it comes to the new ways for physicians to get paid for the care they provide. Here is what you need to know.
AMA Healthier Innovation Challenge winners are improving health care efficiency—one in ophthalmology, the other in emergency medical services. Here is where they are now.
Patients who prepare their own healthful meals are likelier to make progress in blood-pressure control. Tulane’s medical school is training med students to help make that goal reality.
SimX is using VR technology to give medical trainees customizable experiences with simulated patients of all sizes, ages and colors.
As the deadline nears to submit Match order rankings, med students should look beyond a program’s ranking.
More than half of physicians report experiencing at least one symptom of burnout. AMA tools can set organizations on the path to improved physician well-being.
Every doctor is a substantial economic engine and across the nation they support trillions in wages, benefits and taxes each year.
With the new year, patients resolving to eat more healthfully will be asking for physicians’ help. New training gives you tools to help them succeed.
The AMA Code of Medical Ethics has guidance to help physicians mulling whether to engage patients in conversations about health policy.