If medicine were a purely transactional business like banking, it would make sense to have a national medical license. But it isn’t, and it doesn’t.
A new article in the AMA Journal of Ethics calls for global engagement when it comes to providing high-quality, cost-effective, inclusive care – something that is not possible on a wide scale without telemedicine.
One state set up centrally-run telemedicine program while two small critical access hospitals in different states put together their own.
In an opinion piece in the Delaware News Journal, two pediatricians say the pediatric medical home is under attack and being sacrificed for the sake of convenience.