Keyword: Association of American Medical Colleges
Staff from HHS are back to work after Congress agreed to a spending bill to fund the government until Feb. 8.
The AAMC is looking for a new president and CEO, as Darrell G. Kirch, M.D., has decided to step down from the role after almost a dozen years.
While many states have legalized medical marijuana, few medical schools are teaching future doctors anything about the subject.
Add doctors and nurses to the growing list of providers opposed to the Graham-Cassidy bill in the U.S. Senate, the latest effort to repeal the ACA.
Though fears of being deported are eased by news this week that they will retain their protected status, "dreamer" docs still face anxiety about the future.
From Kaiser Health News: President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration, which sparked protests abroad and in the U.S., is also raising fears about the impact on international medical students vying for training programs at U.S. hospitals, as well as young doctors in training from affected countries who are already working here.
President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration could have major consequences on the American healthcare system, especially for foreign-born doctors, other healthcare workers and patients who seek care here from foreign countries.
Patients will have increased access to care from nurse practitioners and physician assistants, with more care provided in retail clinics and via telemedicine.
Medicare’s controversial program to reduce hospital-acquired conditions unfairly penalizes organizations, according to new research.
President-elect Donald Trump nominated a doctor-turned-congressman from Georgia as his pick to become the next secretary of Health and Human Services.