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Opioid addiction is a national crisis, and clinicians around the country our trying to find ways
SEPTEMBER 14, 2017
Opioid addiction presents a big challenge for healthcare organizations. More than 16,000 people d
OCTOBER 6, 2015
Opioid addiction is a growing problem in the U.S., and to combat it the state of Connecticut rece
  Alternative medicine
A study published in JAMA looked at burnout of U.S. physicians by specialty. Emergency medicine,
DECEMBER 3, 2015
In a survey of more than 6,000 family medicine residents, 69% reported being extremely or moderat
DECEMBER 22, 2017
Physician age, addiction, and disruptive behavior are common concerns for the medical staff. Tak
OCTOBER 22, 2015
Campbell University’s Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine in Lillington,
MARCH 13, 2015
The University of California Riverside School of Medicine will welcome its first cohort of family
JUNE 19, 2015
Researchers found that male and female emergency medicine residents scored similarly on evaluatio
MARCH 10, 2017
"The way medicine is delivered in the U.S. is changing fast, and there is perhaps no
OCTOBER 31, 2014
According to a study published in Academic Medicine that surveyed more than 1,300 students from 2
AUGUST 14, 2015
The University of Central Florida (UCF) College of Medicine in Orlando and the hospital network H
OCTOBER 16, 2015
  A recent study published in Family Medicine confirmed the belief that med
FEBRUARY 20, 2015
The American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) recently announced an update to the internal medic
JUNE 11, 2015
Emergency medicine (EM) residents reported receiving valuable feedback from medical education spe
MAY 4, 2018
“[T]he current system is effectively deterring my passion for medicine. The further I get
Members of the University of Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences internal m
MARCH 2, 2018
The promise of personalized medicine is here now, and its impact on healthcare organizations, p
MAY 3, 2010
Emergency medicine residents at Southern Illinois University Medical School won’t be encoun
JUNE 6, 2014
  Results of the 2012 Internal Medicine In-Training Examination (IM-ITE) show that
OCTOBER 17, 2014
Each year, the AMA updates the Vaccines, Toxoids section of the Medicine chapter in the CPT&
  A study recently published in JAMA Internal Medicine found that where res
St. Louis University’s School of Medicine will receive a $6.6 million donation to fund five
FEBRUARY 27, 2015
Internal residents that never achieve American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) certification ar
MARCH 4, 2016
The average medical school debt for emergency medicine residents is $212,000, which is about 25%
MAY 20, 2016
The National Academy of Medicine (NAM), along with more than 20 professional and educational orga
DECEMBER 23, 2016
In 2016, one third of medicine residency directors were burned out and about half had considered
NOVEMBER 28, 2018
Washington University School of Medicine has made a goal of having its medical students graduate
APRIL 26, 2019
To teach quality improvement (QI) and value-based medicine (VBM), New York University School of M
AUGUST 5, 2020
“Medicine has excelled tremendously by understanding life through science, which I embrace
NOVEMBER 13, 2015
The American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) earlier this week announced changes to its Mainte
To help residents navigate the challenges of post-residency employment, the internal medicine fac
OCTOBER 9, 2015
In response to growing concerns with the nationwide rate of physician burnout, Stanford Medicine
JUNE 30, 2017
A rise in interest in osteopathic medicine has led to misundersta
NOVEMBER 15, 2018
A new study published in JAMA Internal Medicine from researchers at Penn Medicine and Jo
APRIL 18, 2019
While emergency medicine (EM) residents have historically entered a robust job market, the COVID-
MARCH 9, 2021
Concierge medicine is still a niche industry, but in an era of decreasing reimbursements and incr
If you missed our March webcast, Practicing Medicine Longer: Legal and Clinical Considerations
If you missed our March webcast, Practicing Medicine Longer: Legal and Clinical Considerations
  The National Congress of Family Medicine Residents has adopted a resolution call
AUGUST 15, 2014
  Following the arrest of a Tucson man on charges of practicing medicine without a
JULY 10, 2014
  According to a research letter published in JAMA Internal Medicine, physicians a
SEPTEMBER 11, 2014
A new cross-sectional study involving more than 21,000 internal medicine residents found that Mi
JANUARY 6, 2017
AUGUST 6, 2014
“Truly great medicine is built on relationships. It is about people. And taking good
NOVEMBER 6, 2014
Is your organization looking for family medicine practitioners or internal medicine physicians?
“Medicine is hard. None of us expect it to be easy. The challenges of medical traini
FEBRUARY 6, 2015
“It’s one thing to know medicine, but the art of practicing it is completely differen
MAY 22, 2015
A new Institute of Medicine report says that if hospitals want to cut down on diagnostic errors t
OCTOBER 20, 2015
As inquisitive minds working in academic medicine, we have wondered about the life expectancy of
OCTOBER 13, 2017
The nation will get a good look this week at the future faces of medicine. Friday is Match Day,
MARCH 20, 2014
Cardiologist Robert Graor lost his Ohio license to practice medicine in 1995 and was sentenced t
A study in Academic Medicine found that students in an accelerated baccalaureate-MD program at No
SEPTEMBER 11, 2015
Studies regarding sexual harassment against women in medicine have been going on for decades. And
FEBRUARY 23, 2018
Neurological surgery, physical medicine and rehab, and plastic surgery (integrated) were the most
JUNE 17, 2020
  “We who teach medicine have a responsibility to help our learners through
OCTOBER 10, 2014
A new study in the American Journal of Medicine backs the use of beta blockers in older Me
FEBRUARY 10, 2015
“The healthcare environment dynamic is changing rapidly, as is the practice of medicine. P
SEPTEMBER 24, 2015
Dear readers, This week the Institute of Medicine released its
SEPTEMBER 24, 2015
A new study by researchers at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine shows that data in
DECEMBER 29, 2015
“If we can pursue personalized medicine, why can’t we pursue personalized medical ed
MARCH 11, 2016
“One of the biggest obstacles is changing the culture of medicine to not only understand th
MAY 4, 2018
“Medicine doesn’t have a glass ceiling. It has a fiberglass one. You will bre
SEPTEMBER 27, 2018
“It’s such a big part of their practice of medicine in the future that their there ne
NOVEMBER 9, 2018
Each year, the AMA updates the Vaccines, Toxoids section of the Medicine chapter in the
Each year, the AMA updates the Vaccines, Toxoids section of the Medicine chapter in the&nb
APRIL 15, 2015
In February, representatives from pulmonary medicine and patient safety organizations gathered wi
MAY 5, 2015
  A study published in the April edition of the Journal of Hospital Medicine combin
JULY 15, 2015
An anonymous essay in the Annals of Internal Medicine is shedding light on physician disruptive b
AUGUST 21, 2015
The American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) announced this week that its board of directors un
DECEMBER 17, 2015
Increasing accountability in medicine has brought more attention to the importance of clinical do
SEPTEMBER 23, 2016
In a recent Massachusetts General Hospital webinar, Neil Naik, MD, emergency medicine simulation
OCTOBER 1, 2020
A new study published in The New England Journal of Medicine found that hospitals t
MARCH 18, 2014
When the Institute of Medicine's report To Err Is Human was released in 1999, there
APRIL 16, 2014
An Iowa Board of Medicine administrative rule banning abortion through a teleconferencing system
“Like good police work, good medicine depends on deliberate, inefficient, plodding,
OCTOBER 16, 2014
A critical question in medicine will come before the U.S. Supreme Court this fall: How much powe
A new study published in the Annals of Emergency Medicine found that patients are less l
JULY 22, 2014
The majority of students graduating from the University of Nevada School of Medicine next
APRIL 23, 2015
A study published this week in the Annals of Internal Medicine found that patients who r
A new report published in Academic Medicine calls for ethical issues to be addressed during the m
The Vanderbilt University School of Medicine (VUSM) has changed its admission guidelines to no lo
JUNE 26, 2015
A study published in Critical Care Medicine shows that sepsis is a heavy hitter when it
The Stanford Department of Emergency Medicine is piloting a “time banking” program fo
AUGUST 27, 2015
The Stanford Department of Emergency Medicine is piloting a “time banking” program fo
AUGUST 27, 2015
Beginning in August 2017, Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia will feature a ne
FEBRUARY 26, 2016
First-year internal medicine residents spend about 112 hours a month entering patient data into E
FEBRUARY 26, 2016
The American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) is considering potential changes to its Maintenanc
APRIL 21, 2016
Seventy-eight percent of emergency medicine residents and attending physicians reported at least
JUNE 16, 2016
A graduate of Western University Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry in London, Ontario,
JANUARY 12, 2018
Are readmissions always bad? A new study by John Hopkins Medicine published in The Journal of
Baylor College of Medicine conducted an
SEPTEMBER 10, 2019
Healthcare leaders say best practices for chronic care and evidence-based medicine are needed to
JUNE 20, 2011
Last year, the Institute of Medicine's (IOM) Future of Nursing report called for all new nursing
MAY 26, 2011
New pathways Osteopathic medicine’s bold plan for physician training
JANUARY 1, 2014
The Institute of Medicine (IOM) has identified 17 social and behavioral areas that should be add
  Dear readers, Earlier this week, the Institute of Medicine (IOM)
AUGUST 1, 2014
In 1999, the Institute of Medicine released its To Err is Human report, which placed a h
JULY 22, 2014
Which of the following condiments was originally patented as a medicine and sold as a pill
In 1999, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) released its landmark report To Err Is Human, w
DECEMBER 2, 2015
By Alexandra Wilson Pecci, HealthLeaders Media Johns Hopkins Medicine co
MARCH 22, 2016
The American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) announced that it plans to offer new Maintenance o
When more students accepted admission to the University of Wisconsin’s School of Medicine a
JULY 22, 2016
A new study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine found that between 2003 and 2012, the nu
SEPTEMBER 20, 2016
Thanks to an anonymous $3 million gift, the University of Houston College of Medicine will enroll
JULY 27, 2018
The New York University (NYU) School of Medicine is making strides to lower the immense burden of
AUGUST 24, 2018
A study published in JAMA Internal Medicine found that physician burnout is associated with an in
SEPTEMBER 14, 2018
Citing self-defense, a family medicine resident at the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNM
JUNE 24, 2020
Keeping compounded drugs infection-free No physician or nurse injects medicine
A former resident of the University of Missouri School of Medicine’s neurosurgery program i
JULY 12, 2018
by Melissa Crisp, C-TAGME, University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences; Rebecc
MAY 3, 2019
Since the Institute of Medicine’s November 1999 report “To Err is Human,&rdquo
The National Academy of Medicine offered recommendations to prevent and mitigate caregiver burnou
OCTOBER 23, 2019
As patient needs and even medicine itself continue to evolve, so do the physician specialties tha
AUGUST 3, 2018
Medicine from afar How one critical access hospital turned to telemedicine to be
NOVEMBER 1, 2013
Healthcare experts today are increasingly focused on things besides medicine that help to keep pe
DECEMBER 30, 2014
by Amanda Ross, BS, fellowship program coordinator, UConn School of Medicine, Connecticut Chi
FEBRUARY 21, 2020
by John Palmer It’s been 21 years since the Institute of Medicine r
MARCH 23, 2021
The University of Washington Medicine (UWM) agreed to a $750,000 civil monetary penalty and corre
NOVEMBER 20, 2013
SEPTEMBER 24, 2014