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A Look at Physician Burnout

There is no denying physicians have stressful jobs. Every day, people place their lives and well-being in physicians’ hands and ask these professionals to have all of the answers. In addition to these high expectations, doctors must see numerous patients each day while keeping on top of administrative duties, technological advancements, continuing education and legislative […]

AMR – 2016 in Review [Video Blog]

2017 is here! Last year was a phenomenal year for Advanced Medical Reviews, so let’s take a moment to look back on 2016 and all that we accomplished. We hope you enjoy our very first Video Blog!

Virtual Reality Enables Superior Medical Training

What if medical students could practice procedures without being in an operating room? What if patients could be better protected from inexperience and rookie mistakes? In the past, students relied on lectures and textbooks to gain the knowledge they needed prior to heading into operating rooms. Students learned through real operations with more experienced surgeons […]

Peer Review: Benefiting Patients and Physicians

Many physicians are experts in their areas of practice, but the medical field is vast, and there’s no way for one doctor to be an expert in everything. It is impossible to keep up with each advancement for every condition or treatment option. That is why physicians and health care facilities use the peer review […]

New Technologies Being Embraced by Physicians

The health care industry is far different from what it was just ten years ago, and it will see additional changes in the next decade as well. Not only have health care and insurance laws changed, the way physicians practice medicine is evolving. Computing hardware and Internet-based technology have advanced to the point where doctors […]

Preventing Misdiagnosis: Biases and Patient Engagement

Even in the world of medicine, with up-to-date technology and the brightest minds in the field working to their best ability, mistakes can be made. One area that can be particularly hazy is in diagnosing a patient. Many factors can affect a physician’s diagnosis- preconceived biases, unclear communication, and even a patient’s lack of engagement […]

Reimbursements Driving Better Clinical Outcomes in Behavioral Health

Over the past few years, America has witnessed its health care system shift from a predominately pay-for-service model to one with various reimbursement models that focus on long-term behavioral health improvements, promoting efficiency and reducing costs. It may seem like a tall order for physician payment methods to improve patient care, but the industry agrees […]

What we can learn from Choosing Wisely- an initiative of the ABIM Foundation

Who is responsible for driving healthcare reform? Since 2009, hospitals, insurers, drug and device manufacturers, and other major industries have all made efforts or at least positive gestures to get behind healthcare reform. But what about physicians?   A 2010 article in the New England Journal of Medicine suggests that the medical profession has an […]

CEO of Kaiser Foundation Calls for Changes in Pharma

Kaiser exec calls for changes in pharma   Roughly 25 years ago, if you wanted a cell phone, a digital camera and a video camera, you would need to shell out almost $3,000. And for your money, you’d get big, clunky devices that provided primitive results.   These days, you can buy all of this […]

AMR Makes a Difference in Patient’s Lives

“I believe every patient deserves quality healthcare.” Healthcare is many things: one more type of insurance, one more political issue, one more thing to take care of. But it is also the most important thing, because the human experience is entirely dependent upon the human body. What are we without our health? At Advanced Medical […]

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