This Viewpoint discusses the risks posed by the merging of academic medical centers (AMCs) with nonacademic hospital networks and health systems to AMC investigators and the research enterprise.
This Viewpoint discusses the important role that leaders of academic medical centers (AMCs) play in fostering collaborations with industry while managing individual and institutional conflicts of interest (COI).
This study compares changes in physician prescribing patterns before and after implementation of policies at academic medical centers restricting on-site activities of pharmaceutical salespeople.
This Viewpoint discusses the conflicts of interest that arise from industry’s dual obligations to patients and shareholders and outlines progress academic medical centers and others have made managing conflicts of interest in industry-sponsored clinical research.
This Viewpoint summarizes suggestions for forming and conducting academic search committees to improve equity and diversity in leadership of medical schools, hospitals, and health systems.
This Viewpoint discusses ways academic medical centers can integrate the value-based care taught in residency programs into health system leadership and practices.
This cross-sectional comparison of databases analyzes academic faculty rank by sex in US medical schools. The analysis also looks at physician age, years since residency, specialty, authored publications, funding, and clinical trial investigation.
This Viewpoint discusses challenges faced by US physicians as a result of major changes in medical practice.
Rothman and coauthors analyzed 2010 drug and device companies’ grant award registries to assess the relationship of medical communication companies (MCCs) with granting drug and device companies. In an Editorial, Schwartz and Woloshin discuss implications of industry funding of MCCs
Cutler and Scott Morton present data on the growth of integrated health systems, discuss the potential benefits and harms of integration, and consider possible remedies.
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