Citing the need for unfiltered communication between doctors and patients, the AMA objects strongly to proposal to withhold family planning funding.
To address uncontrolled hypertension in African-American men, barbers were trained to measure blood pressure and encourage follow-up. Here is how it worked.
New initiatives at Yale help clinicians spend less time typing and more time caring for patients. Yale CMO and AMA member Ronald Vender, MD, details the course to beating burnout.
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