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Business Wire
Cvent Announces First Quarter 2016 Financial Resultsnonprofit organizations and The International Air Cargo Association, and renewe
Cvent Announces First Quarter 2016 Financial Results
Business Wire / Posted 2 hours ago
nonprofit organizations and The International Air Cargo Association, and renewed or expanded agreements with Association of American Medical Colleges, In-N-Out Burger, and California Public Employees Retirement System. Experienced... Read more
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Palm Beach Daily News
Palm Beach In Memoriam: Mid-October 2015 to April 2016his residency, and two years later became an assistant professor of surgery. D
Palm Beach In Memoriam: Mid-October 2015 to April 2016
Palm Beach Daily News / Posted 4 days ago
his residency, and two years later became an assistant professor of surgery. Dr. Anlyan played a leadership role in the Association of American Medical Colleges, serving as the first chairman of the Council of Deans and chairman of the assembly.... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Rogers hospital plans for $247M expansionis training our physicians. We won't have enough people unless we train and ret
Rogers hospital plans for $247M expansion
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
is training our physicians. We won't have enough people unless we train and retain those physicians," he said. The Association of American Medical Colleges reported that 57 percent of students who complete graduate work at UAMS stay in the... Read more
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Chillicothe Times Bulletin
Local doctors give views on physician shortages in Illinoisphysician shortages in Illinois There are varying opinions about the physician
Local doctors give views on physician shortages in Illinois
Chillicothe Times Bulletin / Posted 7 days ago
physician shortages in Illinois There are varying opinions about the physician shortage in Illinois, and according to the Association of American Medical Colleges Illinois is slightly above the national average for availability of primary care... Read more
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The Pekin Daily Times
Local doctors give views on physician shortages in Illinoisphysician shortages in Illinois There are varying opinions about the physician
Local doctors give views on physician shortages in Illinois
The Pekin Daily Times / Posted 9 days ago
physician shortages in Illinois There are varying opinions about the physician shortage in Illinois, and according to the Association of American Medical Colleges Illinois is slightly above the national average for availability of primary care... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Students of color nudged toward health careersthe African American Women’s Health Legacy Program. “It’s really important that
Students of color nudged toward health careers
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 11 days ago
the African American Women’s Health Legacy Program. “It’s really important that we take this on.” A 2014 report from the Association of American Medical Colleges shows that only 2,500 of California’s 85,500 physicians, or 3 percent, are African... Read more
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Mississippi Business Journal
Woodward eyes accrediting postyear. She has served on its executive committee and chairs its subcommittee on
Woodward eyes accrediting post
Mississippi Business Journal / Posted 14 days ago
year. She has served on its executive committee and chairs its subcommittee on International Relations. Sponsored by the Association of American Medical Colleges and the American Medical Association, the LCME establishes benchmarks for U.S.- and... Read more
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Boston Globe
How Medicare penalizes hospitals for being too carefulthis time, including Northwestern, were also fined the previous year. Dr. Atul
How Medicare penalizes hospitals for being too careful
Boston Globe / Posted 15 days ago
this time, including Northwestern, were also fined the previous year. Dr. Atul Grover, chief public policy officer at the Association of American Medical Colleges, said the fines hurt hospitals, such as academic centers, that have the sickest... Read more
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MedCity News
Does Medicare unfairly punish teaching hospitals?this time, including Northwestern, were also fined the previous year. Dr. Atul
Does Medicare unfairly punish teaching hospitals?
MedCity News / Posted 15 days ago
this time, including Northwestern, were also fined the previous year. Dr. Atul Grover, chief public policy officer at the Association of American Medical Colleges, said the fines hurt hospitals, such as academic centers, that have the sickest... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
Blue Ridge Medical Center Dealing with Shortage of Doctorsnew nurse practitioners in July, but can't attract interest for even one primar
Blue Ridge Medical Center Dealing with Shortage of Doctors
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 17 days ago
new nurse practitioners in July, but can't attract interest for even one primary care doctor. A national study from the Association of American Medical Colleges says the big reason this a problem is because doctors are retiring. Blue Ridge... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Physician Shortage Drives Wait Times At VA San DiegoI think the choices for a psychiatrist here make it hard for the VA to say ‘we
Physician Shortage Drives Wait Times At VA San Diego
KPBS San Diego / Posted 17 days ago
I think the choices for a psychiatrist here make it hard for the VA to say ‘we are here and we have a bigger role.’” The Association of American Medical Colleges estimates that the United States will struggle to fill 2,800 mental health care... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Concierge Medicine: Volunteering to Pay More for Health Care? It Seems to be Workinga looming physician shortage, combined with a flood of more patients courtesy o
Concierge Medicine: Volunteering to Pay More for Health Care? It Seems to be Working
Crain's New York Business / Posted 21 days ago
a looming physician shortage, combined with a flood of more patients courtesy of the Affordable Care Act. According to an Association of American Medical Colleges study, Physician Supply and Demand Through 2025, the next decade will see a shortage... Read more
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Arkansas Business
UAMS Fears More Red Ink, Eyes $34M Shortfall in Fiscal 2017infrastructure or other debts, and not on their medical schools, said Dr. John
UAMS Fears More Red Ink, Eyes $34M Shortfall in Fiscal 2017
Arkansas Business / Posted 23 days ago
infrastructure or other debts, and not on their medical schools, said Dr. John Prescott, chief academic officer at the Association of American Medical Colleges, in Washington. The medical schools are dealing with their states’ funding... Read more
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Orange County Register
Doctor-free birth control is legal but hard to findcovered by insurance under the Affordable Care Act, the shortage could reach 90
Doctor-free birth control is legal but hard to find
Orange County Register / Posted 23 days ago
covered by insurance under the Affordable Care Act, the shortage could reach 90,400 physicians by 2025, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges. The law applies to hormonal contraceptives – birth control pills, the skin patch... Read more
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Breitbart
Urgent Physician Shortage Predicted Within a DecadeA new report released by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) pr
Urgent Physician Shortage Predicted Within a Decade
Breitbart / Posted 24 days ago
A new report released by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) projects that by 2025 there will be between 61,700 and 94,700 fewer doctors in the United States. Reasons for the shortfall, the report says, include increased demand due... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
State anticipation high for osteopathic campusshortage," he said. Arkansas is ranked 46th in the nation in the number of phy
State anticipation high for osteopathic campus
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 25 days ago
shortage," he said. Arkansas is ranked 46th in the nation in the number of physicians per 100,000 people, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges, and it is among the lowest in the nation in health care statistics -- rates of high... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Every week, the University of Maryland, Baltimore president sees patients in a special clinicfor presidents of universities to see patients or teach classes. John E. Presco
Every week, the University of Maryland, Baltimore president sees patients in a special clinic
Baltimore Sun / Posted 28 days ago
for presidents of universities to see patients or teach classes. John E. Prescott, the chief academic officer of the Association of American Medical Colleges, said he had never heard of a university president who still saw patients. "He was... Read more
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FOX News
Fetal tissue controversy: How these cells are used in researchwhat advances we might have attained," said Heather Pierce, senior director of
Fetal tissue controversy: How these cells are used in research
FOX News / Posted 28 days ago
what advances we might have attained," said Heather Pierce, senior director of science policy and regulatory counsel at the Association of American Medical Colleges, in a statement supporting fetal tissue research. "It's really only when we look... Read more
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FOX News
Fetal tissue controversy: How these cells are used in researchwhat advances we might have attained," said Heather Pierce, senior director of
Fetal tissue controversy: How these cells are used in research
FOX News / Posted 28 days ago
what advances we might have attained," said Heather Pierce, senior director of science policy and regulatory counsel at the Association of American Medical Colleges, in a statement supporting fetal tissue research. "It's really only when we look... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Recruiting, teaching physicians a top priority for Northwest Arkansas health leadersnear the bottom in many national health rankings but is near the top when it co
Recruiting, teaching physicians a top priority for Northwest Arkansas health leaders
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 28 days ago
near the bottom in many national health rankings but is near the top when it comes to keeping doctors trained in state. The Association of American Medical Colleges reports 59 percent of medical undergraduates from the state's medical school stay in... Read more
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The Verge
Racial bias makes for bad doctorssystemic issues also create a barrier for black medical students. According to
Racial bias makes for bad doctors
The Verge / Posted 30 days ago
systemic issues also create a barrier for black medical students. According to Marc Nivet, chief diversity officer for the Association of American Medical Colleges, students of color are routinely left behind by the education system, making them... Read more
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Raw Story
Vital fetal tissue research threatened by House panel subpoenasin some cases it extends far beyond fetal tissue research,” said David Moore, t
Vital fetal tissue research threatened by House panel subpoenas
Raw Story / Posted 1 months ago
in some cases it extends far beyond fetal tissue research,” said David Moore, the director of government affairs for the Association of American Medical Colleges. “They’re collecting a large amount of information with absolutely no indication of... Read more
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Market Watch
America’s 1 million-doctor shortage is right upon usmost projections, it’s only going to get worse — the U.S. could lose as many as
America’s 1 million-doctor shortage is right upon us
Market Watch / Posted 1 months ago
most projections, it’s only going to get worse — the U.S. could lose as many as 1 million doctors by 2025, according to a Association of American Medical Colleges report. Primary care physicians will make up as much as one-third of that shortage,... Read more
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MedCity News
Will GSK's IP strategy change reduce drug prices in low-income countries?and companies developing smartphone enabled eye exams. Enter former House Speak
Will GSK's IP strategy change reduce drug prices in low-income countries?
MedCity News / Posted 1 months ago
and companies developing smartphone enabled eye exams. Enter former House Speaker Newt Gingrich — Politico The Association of American Medical Colleges has sent a letter to a Congressional committee investigating Planned Parenthood,... Read more
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FOX News
Women, minorities still underrepresented in medical specialtiesengaged to join all medical specialties." In an interview with Reuters Health,
Women, minorities still underrepresented in medical specialties
FOX News / Posted 1 months ago
engaged to join all medical specialties." In an interview with Reuters Health, Marc Nivet, chief diversity officer at the Association of American Medical Colleges, said this is “an important paper primarily because, in my mind, it calls to... Read more

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