CDC tips to extend the life of N95 masks
As the coronavirus spreads across the globe, respirator shortages are already hitting hospitals across the world.
8 ways doctors can protect themselves from COVID-19
CDC guidelines to keep you and your practice safe from COVID-19 infection.
Coronavirus: 12 tips for reopening your practice
As states start to re-open after coronavirus, the American Medical Association have some tips to keep your medical practice safe.
Coronavirus: Primary care patient volumes dropped during lockdown, study finds
Periodic preventive medicine with established patients also dropped.
Tips and tricks for using telehealth effectively
AOA takes OMED 2020, House of Delegates Meeting virtual
The announcement came in a letter from AOA President and CEO Kevin M. Klauer, DO, EJD.
CMS presents proposed rules aimed at negotiating payments for novel therapies
The rules update provisions to promote value-based payment for prescription medications.
Coronavirus: ACP, AMA say pandemic brings inequities into focus
In a joint letter the president of ACP and the former president of AMA are calling for the U.S. healthcare system to wake up.
Differences in patient approach when using Telehealth
ACP urges reversal on federal rule allowing discrimination in healthcare
The organization disagrees with the Trump administration’s move to remove federal protections for transgender people under the Affordable Care Act.
What is the current state of telehealth?
Coronavirus: FDA ends emergency use authorization for hydroxychloroquine
Chloroquine phosphate and hydroxychloroquine sulfate, drugs touted by President Trump, were found to not be effective to treat COVID-19, according to the FDA.
The future of revenue cycle management systems
Coronavirus: ACP makes recommendations to keep COVID-19 flexibilities
The recommendations came in letters to major U.S. health insurers and health insurance associations.
Coronavirus: PPE shortages expected to continue
An internal FEMA document shows that reuse of N95 masks and medical gown is expected to continue.
Coronavirus: Trump administration urges health care facilities to reopen
CMS has released new guidelines for patients.
Which revenue cycle management system is right for your practice?
How racial, social and economic disparities impact health
The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic and unrest caused by the police killing of George Floyd have thrown this fact into stark relief, according to a new report.
Coronavirus: Poll finds in-person visit volumes increasing
In-person patient volumes are recovering swiftly in some parts of the country.
8 things young physicians want from a first job
Final-year residents are the future of medical practice in the United States. But what kind of work are they looking for when starting their careers?
Revenue cycle management systems and staying profitable
Telehealth and other regulation waivers should continue beyond COVID-19, ACP says
The organization says that accommodations for telehealth and other regulatory waivers should remain in place after the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic ends.
Managing millennial physicians
As millennials are seeking changes to the day-to-day operations of the system, they’re driving a much larger conversation about what health care should look like.
ACP suggests 'new vision' should lead healthcare reform after COVID-19
The policy suggestions released earlier this year could be used to guide actions during the COVID-19 pandemic and after, according to ACP leaders.
Coronavirus: Primary care physicians still feeling the stress of pandemic, survey finds
Both patients and physicians are still limiting chronic and well visits and struggles continue with virtual care.
What is the current state of revenue cycle management systems?
What is a revenue cycle management system?
Physician groups decry racism, discrimination
In a pair of statements, leaders of the American Academy of Family Physicians and the American College of Physicians are speaking out against racism.
Coronavirus: Survey shows primary care physicians’ situations getting worse
Practice stress due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic is getting to patients.
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