Payment & Delivery Models
Medicare-only Oak Street Health isn’t shy about taking big risks
Treating complex patients in underserved areas is a tough proposition. Oak Street Health’s chief clinical officer offers insight on how to succeed.
This surgical resident learns a new skill: How to consult for TV
Grey’s Anatomy is seen by millions each week, but how accurate are the cases? AMA member and show consultant Michael Metzner, MD, offers an inside look.
Get ready for AI in health care: Here is the outlook
Enthusiasm for augmented intelligence is tempered by memories of the EHR rollout, which has created an urgency to “do it right, from the start.”
Wearables, the FDA and patient advice: What physicians should know
Regulatory status, patient privacy issues, and the clinical questions that arise. Here’s what doctors should keep in mind on wearables and mobile health apps.
Residents: 4 benefits to making public health part of your career
Incorporating public health into your practice as a resident can be rewarding and offer interesting opportunities to move medicine forward.
Congress told impact of immigrant children’s trauma may be lifelong
AMA tells Congress that conditions in Customs and Border Protection facilities are inappropriate for children and pregnant women.
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.
Resident & Student Finance
What young physicians should know about personal finance
No one strategy applies to every financial situation faced by residents and young physicians, but these experts weigh in on where to get started.
Resident & Student Health
How to immunize yourself against medical school burnout
A panel of physicians from various career stages offered tips for handling the stresses of medicine, as a medical student and throughout your career.