AMA member Keith C. Ferdinand, MD, moves medicine by targeting the health disparities in cardiac care, 1-on-1 with patients and through research and education.
More than 90 percent of this Miami physician group’s patients with hypertension are African-American or Hispanic. Learn about the strategies they used to make big strides.
With 59 percent of its doctors experiencing burnout, leaders at this major health system needed a new direction driven by physician feedback.
What the U.S. spends on medical care is again under the microscope. The AMA Code of Medical Ethics has guidance to help physicians exercise proper stewardship of health care resources.
The University of Michigan Medical School has implemented a curricular overhaul that includes giving fourth-year students road maps to avoid the scourge of senioritis.
Steps should be taken at societal, organizational, individual levels to improve well-being, says plan from leading organizations including the AMA.
The use of a “medutainment” approach for marketing and promoting plastic surgeons’ online brands can threaten professionalism.
The opening days of residency can be overwhelming and isolating. Finding a support system among your peers can help you thrive.
Earn points in Medicare’s Merit-based Incentive Payment System for the work your practice does to identify patients with prediabetes and refer them to evidence-based prevention programs.
Dr. Adams urges people close to those at risk of opioid overdose to obtain the lifesaving antidote. The AMA has fought for, and helped shape, naloxone-access laws in all 50 states.