Groups representing primary care physicians said new state laws restricting abortion impede the physician-patient relationship and may jeopardize patient care.
Physicians should expect to be asked about the measles outbreak, and what patients can do to protect themselves and their children.
Aletha Maybank, MD, MPH, joins the AMA as chief health equity officer after serving as deputy commissioner and founding director of the Center for Heath Equity as part of New York City’s public health department.
In the case, Warren v. Dinter, the court ruled that the existence of a physician-patient relationship is not a prerequisite for a malpractice action.
Physician groups responded to the president's remarks on medical bills with some support and some concern.
Medicare ACOs that received bonus payments—even just one—were far more likely to remain in the program and succeed, according to a new study.
Physicians may be over-correcting their prescribing practices as a result of the opioid addiction crisis by cutting off patients that still need the drugs.
More physicians are now employed by a hospital or a hospital-owned practice than own their own practice, according to a new employment study released this week by the American Medical Association (AMA).
Under a new Trump administration rule, physicians and other healthcare workers can decline to provide certain healthcare services because of religious or moral reasons.
In this video, Joanna Hart, MD, discusses the concept of behavior modification