Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare
In your opinion, how likely is AI to be available in the clinical setting as a diagnostic aid in the next 5 years?

Last Answered: 4 days ago

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Should Children Learn About Vaccination in School?
A teen who got vaccinated against his mother's wishes recently testified before Congress about his experience. If schools teach kids about vaccination, they may be better able to make this decision. Are you for or against schools teaching about vaccines?

Last Answered: 15 hours ago

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Should Physicians Always Be the Hero?
When a patient hovers between life and death, are you for or against using “heroic” measures to extend life, even if there is no evidence to support those measures?

Last Answered: 11 hours ago

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Should Nonproft Hospitals Conduct Wealth Screenings for Fundraising Purposes?
Nonprofit hospitals are using wealth screenings to identify patients who could possibly donate money. While this mode of fundraising is effective, it can make staff and patients uncomfortable. Are you for or against hospitals conducting wealth screenings?

Last Answered: 4 days ago

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Fee-Free Colorectal Cancer Screening
Despite its effectiveness, more than 40% of eligible patients have not been screened for colorectal cancer. Are you for or against waiving all fees associated with colorectal cancer screening?

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Should Doctors Be Investigated When Patients Fatally Overdose?
The Death Certificate Project was initiated in California to cut down on negligent opioid prescribing but has led many doctors to stop prescribing opioids altogether. Are you for or against investigating doctors whose patients have fatally overdosed?

Last Answered: 4 days ago

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Take It if You Want to Make It
Is medication nonadherence the next big epidemic in US healthcare? Some say clinicians are not doing enough to educate patients about adherence. Are you for or against doctors playing a bigger role in patient education on adherence?

Last Answered: 15 hours ago

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Will Narrow Health Insurance Networks Ultimately Cost Patients More Money?
The emergence of health plans with narrower provider networks has led to a more competitive marketplace, but the inclusion of fewer providers often results in high out-of-network costs. Are you for or against health plans with narrower provider networks?

Last Answered: 4 days ago

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Resident Hour Debate Returns
In July, the new ACGME rules will extend the maximum shift from 18 to 24 hours. The ACGME provides evidence that this will not impact patient care because other provisions in the rules. Are you for or against the new maximum shift?

Last Answered: 4 days ago

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Should Doctors Speak to Immigrant Patients About the Proposed "Public Charge" Rule?
The Trump administration is considering a policy that would allow a "public charge" determination based on an immigrant's use of Medicaid or Medicare. Are you for or against discussing the rule with patients?

Last Answered: 4 days ago

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