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AMA Podcasts

Educational content, research, discussions, opinions and more—enjoy these original podcasts from the AMA for the latest in medicine and patient care.

AMA Moving Medicine Series

In our second episode of Moving Medicine, Richard Milani, MD, discusses implementing innovations to improve patient outcomes. Each episode in the series features presentations, interviews or in-depth discussions on topics impacting physicians and public health.

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In this episode of Making the Rounds, AMA senior attorney Wes Cleveland provides tips on what to consider before you begin the contracting process.

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Richard Milani, MD, discusses innovative ways to treat chronic disease in the outpatient setting and highlights the importance of behavior change. This episode is one of two parts on health care innovation.

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In part two of his presentation on innovation, Richard Milani, MD, outlines the need for innovation in the inpatient setting and offers tangible solutions.

ama doc talk podcast season 1 episode 1

Death is a difficult subject to address. Timothy Gilligan, MD, and Mikkael Sekeres, MD, from the Cleveland Clinic discuss ways to provide comfort and guidance to patients and their families.

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Get insights in this episode from Barron H. Lerner, MD, on working with patients who skip medication, miss appointments or don’t heed medical advice.

ama doc talk podcast season 1 episode 3 coping witih chronic disease

Rushika Fernandopulle, MD, shares how patients’ relationships with their care teams can affect the way they manage their chronic disease.

ama doc talk podcast season 1, episode 4 titled patient plays doctor

Join Richard Wexler, MD, and Jane Blumenthal, MSLS, information science expert, as they discuss how to work through conflicting information when patients self-diagnose.

ama doc talk podcast season 1, episode 5 titled treating the unknown

Cynthia Tifft, MD, PhD, provides some guidelines on how to help patients gain clarity on a rare disorder, even when they don’t have all the answers.

ama doc talk podcast season 1, episode 6 titled the placebo effect

Danielle Ofri, MD, and Adrienne Boissy, MD, discuss how what you say—and how you say it—can help position your patients for success and a better health outcome.

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