Keyword: Association of American Medical Colleges
The Federation of American Hospitals released a report calling for a digital version of the required patient satisfaction survey for all U.S. hospitals.
Leading hospital organizations including the AHA and FAH outlined an agenda for advancing interoperability and data sharing in the coming years.
AAMC CEO Darrell Kirch said medical schools have already done as much as they are able to increase the supply of new doctors.
Here's one reason for lawmakers to support policies to bring more doctors to underserved areas: the positive economic impact.
Surgeons and medical interventionalists face similar risks of developing work-related musculoskeletal disorders as those in other labor-intensive occupations.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed against HHS to block cuts to the 340B drug discount program.
For the first time, the overall incoming class among U.S. medical students in 2017 contains more women than men.
Hospitals in six states will see cuts to their drug discount payments of at least $50 million under CMS' changes to the 340B program.
There’s a vast difference in healthcare resources—including doctors—across the world. So how does the U.S. stack up?
It’s not just a shortage of primary care doctors that the country needs to worry about. The emerging shortage also includes physician specialists.