This newly published JAMA Internal Medicine research letter, co-authored by AMA Research and Policy Manager Lindsey Carlasare with a team from Stanford University School of Medicine, seeks to better understand the effects of the pandemic on physician mortality rates.
A new AMA STEPS Forward® toolkit outlines the 7 STEPS needed to successfully carry out a Listening Campaign, including 9 practical tools to help uncover and address sources of physician burnout.
Release Date: Feb. 14, 2023
This new eight-week session featuring Dr. Justin Holtzman, Medical Director of Holtzman Medical Group, focuses on recruiting and retaining support staff for your private practice. Register Here.
To access the complete collection of previously released Simple Solutions sessions, click here.
Tuesday, March 7 | 10:15 am CT
Learn how to use the AMA STEPS Forward® Private Practice Playbook to your advantage in this open access webinar designed to help physicians streamline employee training in their private practices. Following the webinar, AMA members will have access to a curated Medline University course list that can be assigned to their care teams. Register Now.
AMA STEPS Forward® Podcast Episode 43
How a Telephone Consultation Model Eased Call Burden for Frontline Specialists
Dr. Alfred Atanda, Director of Clinician Well-Being at Nemours Children’s Health, shares his experience piloting a telephone consultation model aimed at reducing call burden for infectious disease specialists.
AMA STEPS Forward® Podcast Episode 44
Margaret Bavis, DNP and Assistant Professor, Rush University College of Nursing, discusses how CommunityHealth, one of the largest volunteer-based health centers in the nation, assesses and optimizes social determinants of health to improve patient care.
Debunking Regulatory Myths: Protected Health Information (PHI) Disclosures
Does HIPAA require that health care providers obtain patient authorization to disclose PHI for treatment purposes?
Oct. 11-13, 2023 | Palm Desert, CA
The ACPH theme this year is “Building the workplace of the future.” Contribute to the conversation by showcasing your work! Hurry – abstracts are only accepted until March 15.