Common Sense is a bi-monthly member magazine that reports on all AAEM activities and news from the world of emergency medicine. It is delivered to the AAEM membership* six times a year, which currently stands at over 8,000 emergency physicians, residents, and others with an interest in emergency medicine. * International members receive an online subscription only.
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It has been fascinating to watch the story continue to unfold with Summa Health and U.S. Acute Care Solutions (USACS)...
On November 7, 2018 the National Rifle Association (NRA) tweeted, “Someone should tell self-important anti-gun doctors to stay in their lane...
From the Editor's Desk
Talk to any emergency medicine resident, and you’ll hear how the incredible burden of student loans looms over them...
AAEM completed a membership survey of the active membership in an effort to know what our members are thinking...
Physician members of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine have voiced concerns about the use of advanced practice providers...
We could not be more excited for Scientific Assembly 2019 in Las Vegas. Don’t gamble on missing any...
Dollars & Sense
Whether you like it or not, you have a second job. That second job is managing your personal finances...
If you read financial blogs or follow the financial news, you probably read multiple articles about...
The Master of AAEM Series
- Achieving Great Outcomes in Your Discharged ED Patients - Tom Scaletta, MD MAAEM FAAEM
- AAEM: Now More Than Ever! - Larry Weiss, MD JD MAAEM FAAEM
- Welcome to the Tribe: Thoughts on Starting Out in EM - Joe Lex, MD MAAEM FAAEM
- Where Would EM be Without AAEM? - Robert McNamara, MD MAAEM FAAEM
Medical Liability - State by State
- Part 1: Alabama-Florida
- Part 2: Georgia-Maine
- Part 3: Maryland-North Dakota
- Part 4: Ohio-Rhode Island
- Part 5: South Carolina-Wyoming
- The Final Summary
Cracking the Code: Fixing the Crowded Emergency Department
- Part 1: Building the Burning Platform
- Part 2: Creating the Analytic Model
- Part 3: Implementing the Solution