Providing physicians and other medical professionals with regulatory clarification to streamline clinical workflow processes, improve patient outcomes and reduce burnout.
A priority of the American Medical Association (AMA) is debunking regulatory myths for physicians to aid them in their day-to-day practice and reduce guesswork and burnout. The AMA series on Debunking Regulatory Myths is a collection of short articles featured on the AMA Ed Hub answering questions about everything from medical billing to EHR to scope of practice. For example, is it a myth or fact that physicians can’t respond to online patient reviews? Each article is a short (3–5 minute) read and provides physicians and their care teams with essential regulatory clarification. This helps to ensure that their focus can remain on streamlining clinical workflow processes and improving patient outcomes.
Disclaimer: The AMA's Debunking Regulatory Myths (DRM) series is intended to convey general information only, based on guidance issued by applicable regulatory agencies, and not to provide legal advice or opinions. The contents within DRM should not be construed as, and should not be relied upon for, legal advice in any particular circumstance or fact situation. An attorney should be contacted for advice on specific legal issues.
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