Tanya Albert Henry is a contributing writer for AMA Wire.
Whether practicing solo or in a group, it’s an easy way for physicians to determine whether they must report data this year to avoid future pay cuts.
A new textbook helps physicians-in-training understand how systems can contribute to medical errors and how to handle such incidents and near misses.
A recent study found that, when tested, medical students correctly performed less than half of skills needed to obtain proper blood-pressure readings.
A cap on noneconomic damages, a certificate-of-merit requirement and strengthened expert-witness standards are among new safeguards for physicians.
One health system takes its patient portal to the next level, “seeing” patients electronically for less complex complaints such as red eye or cough.