Managing mental health during COVID-19
AMA provides strategies and resources for physicians to manage their mental well-being while also caring for patients during the pandemic or any other crisis.
Patient care for SUD, mental illness, chronic pain during COVID-19
The AMA provides guidance on caring for patients with substance use disorder, mental illness or chronic pain during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Caring for our caregivers during COVID-19
Amid the COVID-19 global outbreak, the coming weeks and months are likely to be a stressful time for those who work on the front lines of health care. Access helpful resources to navigate these challenges.
Jenny Boyer, MD, JD, PhD: Providing care to struggling veterans
AMA member Jenny Boyer, MD, JD, PhD, began her health career as a clinical psychologist, but pursued medicine to better understand and treat medical and mental health conditions.
Payment & Delivery Models
How integrated behavioral health can transform practices
Patients are looking to access behavioral health services. Integrating behavioral health boosts clinical outcomes while cutting strain on primary care doctors.
Patient Support & Advocacy
High court ruling must avoid encouraging involuntary commitment
Physicians strike a delicate balance in deciding whether patients with serious mental illnesses require involuntary commitment. A new case could create more legal exposure for doctors making such hard calls.
When global health emergencies strike, how should doctors respond?
Because epidemics are complex, coordinated responses across many disciplines are needed. Find out more from the AMA.
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