Q&A: Why minority patients are suffering more during COVID-19; how physicians can help
A special Q&A with Dr. Patrice Harris.
How physicians can counter mental health challenges during COVID-19
Effectively managing your stressors will increase your ability to care for patients.
Understanding patients’ heightened depression, anxiety due to COVID-19
Nearly 30% of adults reported depression symptoms compared to 8.5% before the pandemic.
How to effectively communicate to get patients back to the office
87 percent of patients surveyed by MGMA said safety was the number one reason they are reluctant to visit doctors' offices.
Practice closures and staff layoffs resulting from pandemic
Nearly 58,000 primary care practices projected to close by end of June.
U.S. developing treatments, vaccines for COVID-19 at record pace
Promising treatments detailed during webinar.
Is COVID-19 hazard pay on the way?
$3 trillion U.S. aid proposal may finally lead to pay.
A physician details his own battle with COVID-19
How his experience contracting and recovering from the disease has shaped his perspective.
Many patients still lack access to COVID-19 tests
FDA clears several novel tests under Emergency Use Authorization.
FDA, experts sound alarm on hydroxychloroquine use for COVID-19
Risks of abnormal heart complications.
Protecting physician’s families from COVID-19
Top six tips from expert advice.
AMA: Residents, Fellows should have PPEs, loan debt forgiven
New guidance issued.
AMA urges Trump, FEMA to provide PPEs for physicians
Organization is still seeing state opposition.
Debate erupts over COVID-19 treatment
In late March, FDA issued an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for hydroxychloroquine.
Federal Aid: Is Hazard Pay Next?
Physician practices are being hit hard by the pandemic.
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