/ /

Jeff Bendix
The man behind MOC defends the program against critics
The man behind MOC defends the program against critics
“Patients respect certification a lot more than reviews on Yelp,” says ABIM president in an exclusive interview.
Democratic delegate works for Sanders and single-payer healthcare
Democratic delegate works for Sanders and single-payer healthcare
For Eve Shapiro, MD, MPH, being a delegate at this year’s Democratic National Convention is just the latest expression of her dedication to progressive causes.
Doctors among those protesting Trump at GOP convention
Doctors among those protesting Trump at GOP convention
Amid chants of “love trumps hate,” and outnumbered by police and reporters, about 150 members of the doctors group Stand Together Against Trump (STAT) marched in Cleveland on Thursday afternoon to show their opposition to Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
RNC doctor delegate likes Trump’s vision for the future in healthcare
RNC doctor delegate likes Trump’s vision for the future in healthcare
Perhaps as befits someone representing Las Vegas, Tom Grotz, MD, owed his attendance at the 2016 Republican National Convention to a deck of cards.
MACRA author calls for delay in reporting requirements
MACRA author calls for delay in reporting requirements
Physicians won’t have to start reporting quality under the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) until next July at the earliest, if the law’s co-author has his way.
Internist fed up with Trump organizes protest at RNC
Internist fed up with Trump organizes protest at RNC
When Bryan Hambley, MD, decided to attend a Donald Trump rally earlier this year, he had no idea it would lead to forming an anti-Trump physicians group and a protest march at this year’s Republican National Convention (RNC) in Cleveland. But that’s where Hambley finds himself as the convention gets underway.
What should physicians do about the opioid crisis?
Amid rising deaths due to prescription painkillers, doctors are finding alternative ways to help patients manage chronic pain.
Meaningful Use isn't dead yet
The current form of the program ends in 2019, but physicians still should try to meet its requirements.
Dissecting the new opioid prescribing guidelines
Dissecting the new opioid prescribing guidelines
Authors discuss research, evidence behind CDC’s latest recommendations.
MOC change rooted in self-assessment
New certification option grew out of review begun three years ago.