Notable litigation this year involved tussles over expert testimony, clinical judgment, informed consent and exam-room censorship.
Experts explain the early successes of telemedicine and the work that must be done to encourage its expanded use in clinical practice.
The AMA brings to light a coding-update glitch that could have led to unfairly applied penalties.
A winning formula is coaches who are nearby, track progress, and are easy for patients to reach and understand.
To help patients adopt healthier diets, first find out what’s really on their plates.
Washington court rules psychiatrists responsible for alerting targets of patient violence, even without a clear indication that foul play will occur.