Strengthening long-distance care for chronic disease patients
As many patients with chronic disease reconsider seeking care due to COVID-19 exposure concerns, what should physicians do to help?
COVID-19 FAQs: Health equity in a pandemic
AMA looks at some of the reasons why marginalized and minoritized patients have and will suffer disproportionally during the COVID-19 crisis. Read the frequently asked questions on health equity in a pandemic.
Helping private practices navigate non-essential care during COVID-19
The American Medical Association provides guidance to physicians and practices on the provision of non-essential care to patients amid the COVID-19 pandemic to help them triage non-urgent patient requests.
Publications & Newsletters
Top news stories from AMA Morning Rounds®: Week of Feb. 10, 2020
In the news: C-section anesthesia and depression, testosterone effects on women vs men, surprise bills, accidental poisonings in kids, air pollution and rhinitis.
Why added-sugar nutrition labeling could save lives, money
Revised labels calling out a food product’s added sugar content should create huge benefits to the nation’s health and economy—if consumers understand and use the information.
Skip diet labels. Help patients make real changes that last.
With so many different diets promoted in the media, patients are often understandably confused about what they should eat. The fact is that the best advice might be to avoid diet labels altogether.
4 ways a clinic cut poorly controlled diabetes by a third
A multi-dimensional approach to diabetes management allowed this practice to improve control. Here is how.
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