The editor of JAMA and the head of the AMA have joined others in criticizing the episode.
Some doctors are questioning whether they should be in medicine in the first place.
The genital area is not routinely included in the total-body skin examination (TBSE) despite malignancies and inflammatory conditions involving...
The firing of a physician who made use of soon-to-expire COVID-19 vaccine doses rather than flush them epitomizes the loss of physician autonomy...
From the Journals
Cutting-edge research utilizes cognitive theory and work load analysis to get at the roots of the crisis among practitioners.
Some doctors anticipate that open notes will erode patient communication.
Reimbursement for Teledermatology During the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency: Change Has Come, But Will It Stay?
Without adequate payments and financial models, the long-term future of telemedicine is uncertain, so an understanding of the current and likely...
In May, cosponsors of the Step 2 CS said they would take 12-18 months to revamp it as COVID-19 upended the test after the pandemic put it on hold...
The economic pain felt by practices has resulted in layoffs, furloughs, and/or reduced compensation for providers and staff.
Managing Your Practice
Several groups, including the American Medical Informatics Association and the American Medical Association have proposed standards, but none have...
Perception of Executive Order on Medicare Pay for Advanced Practice Providers: A Study of Comments From Medical Professionals
On October 3, 2019, President Donald Trump issued the Executive Order on Protecting and Improving Medicare for Our Nation’s Seniors, in which he...