Keyword: Massachusetts Medical Society
Two state medical societies have dropped their opposition to medical aid-in-dying, a position that mirrors growing acceptance among many doctors.
The Massachusetts Medical Society overwhelmingly approved a potential supervised injection facility pilot.
Getting sued is a big fear of doctors, and for those who have faced a malpractice trial it can be an emotional ordeal.
The Massachusetts Medical Society will vote on whether to support a supervised injection facility pilot, thereby becoming the first state physician group to do so.
Some 900,000 practicing physicians, along with millions of other healthcare workers, are caught in a complicated healthcare web that leads to an epidemic of burnout in the medical field.