How to create a vibrant culture in your private practice
Private practice offers you a chance for real leadership and autonomy in medicine. Find out how to strengthen your leadership skills and achieve excellence in team-based care.
How often do physicians and medical students die of suicide?
That’s a key question without a crystal clear answer. The AMA will examine the matter.
AMA efforts aimed at preventing medical student and physician suicide
The AMA adopted policy today aimed at better understanding the incidence of depression and suicide among physicians and physicians-in-training.
Physician burnout: The pledge your organization should make now
With the Charter on Physician Well-Being—endorsed by the AMA and other big players in health care—hospitals, clinics and others can commit to building systems that support doctors.
Pennsylvania-based orthopaedic surgeon elected to AMA Board of Trustees
The AMA announced the election of Michael Suk, M.D., J.D., M.P.H., M.B.A., F.A.C.S., an orthopaedic surgeon based in Danville, Penn., to its Board of Trustees.
AMA president applauds members moving medicine forward
In her address at the AMA Annual Meeting, AMA President Barbara L. McAneny today outlined a number of advocacy victories from the past year.
Physician insight sorely needed for hard choices ahead: AMA president
AMA President Barbara L. McAneny, MD, is proud of the work the physicians are doing to repair our country’s broken health care system.
Higher physician burnout risk for moms in “sandwich generation”
Physician moms are often stuck in the middle, taking care of children and parents or other loved ones with health issues. Researchers quantify the toll exerted.
A dozen changes that are easing physician burnout at Beth Israel
Using the Mini Z burnout survey and collaborating with IT allowed Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center to identify 20 changes to improve physician work lives.