How short-term financial goals undermine doctors' retirement plans
Retirement planning is top goal for doctors and other medical professionals, but shorter-term financial challenges often interfere with sticking to a plan.
Help Move Medicine
Medicine doesn’t stand still, and neither do we. AMA members don’t just keep up with medicine—they shape its future.
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.
Disrupting medical student debt: Could these big ideas do the trick?
As medical student debt mounts, AMA member Louis Weinstein, MD, offers ambitious proposals on ways to eliminate the financial burden.
3 reasons student loan debt should not deter you from med school
Medical school loans can add up, but as daunting as that number may look, it shouldn’t stop you from pursuing medicine.
3 mistakes to avoid on medical student-loan repayment
Formulating a debt-repayment plan? Here’s a list of what you should not do when it comes to med school debt.
Free medical school tuition at NYU marks bold step
The future of American health care depends greatly on attracting the best and the brightest minds to medicine.
Why medical schools are building 3-year programs
Physician shortages and mounting student-loan debt are encouraging the growth of three-year medical school programs.
Financial planning for residency: 3 take-home points
Do you have a handle on your debt? Are you protecting your human capital? These are vital questions as you enter residency.