Cleveland Clinic ready to push AI concepts to clinical practice
AMA member Aziz Nazha, MD, director of the Cleveland Clinic’s new Center for Clinical Artificial Intelligence is opening the AI “black box” to sharpen patient outcomes.
Resident & Student Health
Family time: How much parental leave do medical residents get?
Many medical residents plan on having children before finishing their training. Residency programs’ parental leave policies are inconsistent.
How to ease a terminal patient’s stress with earlier end-of-life care talks
Studies of a communication intervention for patients with advanced cancer showed it reduced anxiety and depression. Researchers suggest takeaways.
Supreme Court looks to AMA for guidance in big health care cases
The AMA’s input has helped shape rulings on everything from alcoholism and transgender rights to medical privacy and the Affordable Care Act.
4 mistakes your patients should avoid with wearables
The use of wearable devices to monitor patients’ vital signs are surging. Experts offer advice for physicians and health systems.
6 keys to improve AI for treatment choices
Physicians offer six ways to overcome challenges of credibility and adoption facing augmented intelligence-supported clinical decision-support systems.
3 ways wearables can go beyond fitness to advance care
Beyond keeping workouts on track, wearable digital devices have been shown to help prevent strokes, initiate treatment sooner and assess recovery.
The do’s and don'ts of calling out a patient's bad behavior
Most physicians will encounter patient comments that are rude—or worse. Learn from a doctor who walks in with a ready reply.
Resident & Student Finance
The top 5 medical specialties with the highest student-loan debts
Wondering how much you might owe before even starting practice in a particular specialty? We have the figures.