FierceHealthcare analyzes the latest report from the National Academy of Medicine on the issue of clinician burnout. The ACGME was one of the study's sponsors.
HealthLeaders Media published an analysis of the recently reported decline in physician burnout between 2014-2019.
The DO writes about the closure of Ohio Valley Medical Center, and how the ACGME has invoked its Extraordinary Circumstances policy to facilitate the transfer of residents to other programs.
The DO writes about the integration of osteopathic physicians and leaders into the ACGME, which was announced at the American Osteopathic Association's House of Delegates in July.
FierceHealthcare highlights 27 health care organizations nationwide that will receive federal funding to set up ACGME-accredited residency programs to educate physicians to work in rural areas.
Stat News reports on a study that indicates patient outcomes and care quality are similar for physicians whose resident/fellow training had a work week capped at 80 hours, as those who worked 100-hour work weeks.
Medscape wrote about Ronald A. Paulus, MD's talk at the National Academy of Medicine's Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience, which was hosted by the ACGME this May.
A workshop convened by the AAMC in collaboration with the ACGME, ACCME and AOA, was the first gathering of medical educators across the continuum to focus on the opioid epidemic. The May workshop was written about in AAMC News.
The American Osteopathic Association’s blog, The DO, summarized the revised Common Program Requirements, which go into effect July 1.
FierceHealthcare, an independent media outlet dedicated to health care industry news and analysis, included a brief about the ACGME's new Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer William A. McDade, MD, PhD in its "Physician Practice Roundup."