Findings based on analysis of academic emergency medicine physicians from 2013 to 2017.
The American Board of Internal Medicine and the American College of Cardiology have created the Collaborative Maintenance Pathway option for cardiologists to maintain their board certification.
The AMA Code of Medical Ethics offers guidance on how physicians and healthcare systems can best support undocumented and lawfully present immigrants to promote the best possible care for all who need it.
Most Americans report having excellent or good health and have a usual place to go for medical care.
Medical interest in enhanced recovery after surgery has strengthened in recent years.
Patients who use a simple waiting room tool are more prepared and more likely to begin heir primary care visit by communicating their top priorities.
Identifying various care delivery models within hospital systems can be utilized to integrate nurse practitioners into pediatric hospital medicine teams.
Educating nurses on how to identify and treat pediatric patients with traumatic brain injuries helps to ensure consistency of care.
Advanced practice nursing fellowship programs may improve confidence in clinical practice and help alleviate the workforce shortage in developmental-behavioral pediatrics.
Healthcare providers of pediatric patients found an evidence-based toolkit to be beneficial in educating parents on media use in children.
Analyzing personality characteristics and risk behaviors of youth who use synthetic cannabinoids may prevent addiction and adverse effects associated with drug use.
Additionally, patients often not prepared with realistic expectations to receive home health care.
Medicaid expansion has created an “urgent need” to engage primary care practices in serving the expanded Medicaid population.
No difference in average sleep time found for residents with flexible hours vs standard duty hours.
Widespread improvements in digital communication, hardware, and software have resulted in positive changes in the healthcare technology landscape.
Every day, low health literacy results in patients’ misunderstanding the instructions of their clinicians, sometimes with very serious consequences.
Transphobia among providers associated with knowledge of transgender, gender-diverse health care.
A consultation with a medical specialist was found to reduce family complaints and threats of litigation after the death of a loved one.
From 2005 to 2015, there was a decrease in primary care physician supply per capita in the United States, with increased supply associated with lower mortality.
Clinical support tools, such as mobile apps, are becoming a regular part of patients’ medical experience.