A study found that patients with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias were more likely to miss payments on credit accounts as early as six years before diagnosis and to develop subprime credit scores 2.5 years before diagnosis.
1 May 2022
A randomized clinical trial looked at the effects of a visual campaign and a narrative vignette on stigmas surrounding opioid use disorder.
1 Jun 2022
The Supreme Court's recent decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization has far-reaching implications for both patients and physicians.
1 Sep 2022
Two physicians discuss identifying microaggressions and learning how to speak up.
1 Sep 2022
Open Payments marks its ninth anniversary this year, but many physicians still may not be entirely aware of how this CMS program applies to them.
1 Apr 2023
Black doctors have responded to medical emergencies in public spaces, only to have their credentials questioned. One physician answers questions on her experience, and reflects on ways to improve the public perception of who might be a doctor.
1 Apr 2019
Two ACP members toured Customs and Border Protection (CBP) facilities near the Texas/Mexico border to evaluate the processes and environmental conditions affecting human health at the facilities.
1 Jan 2023
Darilyn Moyer, MD, FACP, ACP's first female EVP/CEO, addresses her plans for the organization, the evolution of health care, and how her experience will guide her efforts.
1 Sep 2016
Voucher restriction and frequency did not appear to affect fruit and vegetable intake.
1 Sep 2019
As their terms come to a close this month, Jacqueline W. Fincher, MD, MACP, and Heather E. Gantzer, MD, MACP, ACP's President and Chair of the Board of Regents, respectively, talked to ACP Internist about the unique challenges and opportunities of 2020.
1 Apr 2021