Machine learning: 3 ways to tell hype from reliable research
In the too often murky world of health care AI, physician experts offer a roadmap to distinguishing real innovation from black-box promises.
Inside Mayo Clinic's 5-step process for handling biased patients
Patients with hateful attitudes can pose a problem. Now physicians and other health professionals at Mayo have a place to turn for help.
Ditch juice box, pick up water bottle to boost prevention
New study suggests consuming 100% fruit juices raises all-cause mortality risk. More research is needed on potential harm to the body.
Code of Medical Ethics overview
Read the Principles of Medical Ethics, the Preface & Preamble and access the Code of Medical Ethics Opinions.
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Digital designs for the age of evidence
JAMA Network Editor-in-Chief Howard Bauchner, MD, has worked relentlessly to devise ways for the AMA’s crown jewel of high-quality research to be available to physicians on command
Billing for end-of-life care talks grows, but barriers remain
Medicare now pays for end-of-life talks, yet early-stage data shows that claims are relatively low, with differences by specialty, geography.
Why your patients should lace up their walking shoes
Turns out older women don’t need to walk to 10,000 steps a day to see a health benefit. Discover how smaller amounts of movement can make a difference.
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