Billing for end-of-life care talks grows, but barriers remain
Medicare now pays for end-of-life talks, yet early-stage data shows that claims are relatively low, with differences by specialty, geography.
3 overlooked ways to make your private practice more efficient
Conduct better team meetings, plan ahead for smoother patient visits and make prescription renewals a once-a-year task.
It takes a team to prevent doctor burnout. Meet the players.
When it comes to mitigating and preventing physician burnout, doctors cannot do it alone. Learn how a team-based approach can rise to the task.
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.
New branch in medicine's ivory tower: scholar of wellness
To establish a group of experts to help reduce physician burnout and improve well-being, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine created a new pathway. Find out more about their new program.
Share, Listen, Learn Series
The AMA's monthly webinars—Share, Listen, Learn—provide instruction on topics to excel in practice transformation.
4 skills from psychiatry that can improve end-of-life care
Helping patients express their values, concerns and preferences is vital in palliative care. Incorporating elements of psychiatric training can help.
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.
3 keys to getting paid and thriving in private practice
So you’ve decided an employment setting isn’t the right fit for you? That makes close attention to payment an even bigger priority.