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Online learning is here to stay. How can it be leveraged to optimize medical education? Two medical school educators share their experiences.

A Texas court denied a pathologist qualified immunity. If the decision stands, physicians will face another incentive to practice defensive medicine.

Under the House repeal-and-replace bill, 51 million Americans would be uninsured by 2026—an increase of 23 million over current trends.

In the Original Investigation entitled “Effect of Oral Iron Repletion on Exercise Capacity in Patients With Heart Failure With Reduced Ejection Fraction and Iron Deficiency: the IRONOUT HF Randomized Clinical Trial,” published in the May 16, 2017, issue of JAMA, there were typographical errors in the text and errors in the data. In the Primary End Point section of the text, the the fourth sentence should read “Between-group differences in change in peak Vo2….” In footnote f of Table 1, the reference range for ferritin should read “100-300 ng/mL.” In the Exploratory End Points section of the text, the level for creatinine should read as “(−0.02 mg/dL [−0.09 to 0.05 mg/dL]; P=.65).” In the Iron Bioavailability section of the text, data in the first sentence should be followed by “were all correrelated with baseline Tsat levels (18% [IQR, 15% to 22%])” and in the second sentence, the ferritin level should read as “(+11.3 ng/mL [−0.3 to 22.9 ng/mL]; P=.06).” In Figure 2 panel C, the y-axis should be labeled as “ng/mL.” The IRONOUT HF Trial Members, Investigators, and Committees section should include “Massachusetts General Hospital (laboratory performing hepcidin measurements)—M. Buswell, G. Shelton, K. Allen, D. Bloch.” This article was corrected online.
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