What needs to happen for self-measured blood pressure to take root
Many in the United States—both patients and physicians—have come around to the benefits of SMBP, but the infrastructure to optimize its value is lagging.
How the crucible of COVID-19 can help fix the health care system
A National Academy of Medicine report details the pandemic’s effect on clinicians and the long-overdue systemic improvements needed to support them.
4 reasons physicians should share their notes with patients
Doctors must share notes electronically with patients under new information-blocking rule. Learn why doing so can improve care.
Patient Access Playbook: Information blocking
The 21st Century Cures Act (Cures Act) was signed into law on Dec. 13, 2016. Included within the law are provisions related to “information blocking.”
April 23, 2021: Advocacy Update other news
New information blocking CME available and more in the latest other news in Advocacy Update.
New information-blocking rules: What doctors should know
The federal regulation that took effect this month applies to physicians too. Learn with the AMA about how to comply with information-blocking rules.
How doctors can adjust to new reality—opening notes to patients
Learn more with the AMA about how physicians can comply with new federal information-blocking rule by effectively sharing notes with patients.
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