While time and space are limited, the Supplemental Offer and Acceptance Program offers hope for those students who did not match.
Deal could cut local competition for health insurance, retail pharmacies and pharmacy benefit management services. AMA also deeply concerned about announced merger of Cigna, Express Scripts.
Viewed by some as a relic of the 1990s, payment withholds may be coming back. Here are the top factors that must be spelled out in these arrangements.
The ethical, social and cultural stakes of reproductive health care as a global clinical and educational enterprise present critical areas of inquiry.
Time management, particularly when it comes to studying, is key. Setting a schedule, taking the right kind of break and working with your body’s clock are essential.
Patient safety is no longer just a bedside concern. Cyberattacks are a growing risk and demand smart responses by doctors and the government. Password security and computer screen locks are just two of the basic steps to take now.
This new approach can help physicians-in-training flourish. An expert panel offers insight on what it takes to make one work.
Low morale among physicians is not an individual failing, but the result of an organizational culture that doesn’t support well-being. Burnout expert Tait Shanafelt, MD, has some ideas on how to change that.
83% of physicians say their practice has experienced a cyberattack. The AMA offers expert advice to help you understand and minimize the risk to your patients’ health information.
They are pursuing an alternative approach to address health care costs, cut administrative burdens and develop new delivery models for high-quality care.