Providing patient care remotely in a pandemic
Principle IX of the AMA Principles of Medical Ethics provides that physicians should “[s]upport access to care for all people.” I
Lessons for a small practice on using telehealth for COVID-19 care
To broaden access to telehealth, certain federal privacy and security rules have been relaxed and Medicare payments expanded during the COVID-19 emergency.
5 ways medical students can assist during the COVID-19 pandemic
Just because medical students aren’t in direct patient contact doesn’t mean they aren’t aiding in the fight to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.
What to do when COVID-19 enters your physician practice
A family practice had to unexpectedly care for two patients with COVID-19. Learn how the practice shifted gears to cut risks, ease patient fears and protect health professionals.
4 questions medical students are asking on the COVID-19 pandemic
Medical students at points of transition are seeing their education affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. What do they need to know?
CMS payment policies & regulatory flexibilities during COVID-19 emergency
View the key actions the Centers for Medicaid & Medicare Services have taken in response to AMA to improve Medicare coverage of services and reduce regulatory burdens on physicians during the COVID-19 crisis.
How Permanente uses telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic
Telehealth is quickly becoming health care’s first line of defense against COVID-19. Find out how The Permanente Medical Group is using telehealth to care for patients.
Essential Digital Tools & Resources
AMA Digital Health Study, 2016 & 2019
Augmented intelligence in medicine
AMA telemedicine policy
E/M Checklist: Prepare your practice for office visit changes
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