5 ways to target medicine’s gender inequities
Gender inequity influences physician satisfaction and the quality of patient care. Time’s Up in Healthcare leader Esther Choo, MD, offers a path forward.
Why putting prices in EHRs will help doctors keep costs in check
Including prescription-drug prices in electronic health records would improve transparency while simultaneously strengthening the patient-doctor bond.
Study uncovers critical area where medical students fall short
Most medical students fail to correctly answer basics about chronic conditions that affect more than 100 million Americans. Learn more from the AMA on the knowledge gaps.
4 key public speaking tips for physicians
Doctors are uniquely qualified to shape public discourse on health care. Learn more from the AMA on how to effectively get your message across.
3 ways women physicians can become leaders in medicine
These three women in medicine have faced their own challenges in medicine. Here are their tips for securing powerful roles in health care.
Landmark $572 million opioids verdict: Where the money should go
The nation’s doctors and lawyers are laying out recommendations to ensure that opioid-related settlements or judgments go toward proven public health policies.
How a massive health system prioritizes chronic disease prevention
Michigan-based Trinity Health sees a huge opportunity to control BP and prevent type 2 diabetes with expert resources and guidance from the AMA.
AMA president: All hands-on deck in fight to achieve health equity
The AMA is engaged in a sustained effort to achieve optimal health for all patients, AMA President Patrice A. Harris, MD, MA, recently told the nation’s largest organization of black physicians.
5 steps to prevent physician ergonomic injuries in your organization
Preventing ergonomic injuries not only helps keep the physician comfortable, but it makes the workplace safer. Follow these steps to reduce injuries.