No Silence on ED Violence

According to a poll of emergency physicians, nearly half (47 percent) report having been physically assaulted while at work, with 51 percent saying that patients also have been physically harmed. The vast majority (80 percent) of emergency physicians say violence in the emergency department harms patient care.

No Silence on ED Violence

According to a poll of emergency physicians, nearly half (47 percent) report having been physically assaulted while at work, with 51 percent saying that patients also have been physically harmed. The vast majority (80 percent) of emergency physicians say violence in the emergency department harms patient care.

Know When to Go: COVID-19

ACEP joined the American College of Radiology, and the American Society of Anesthesiologists to bring a lawsuit against the federal government charging that the interim final rule on surprise medical billing goes against the language of the No Surprises Act and will ultimately harm patients and access to care.

Know When to Go: COVID-19

ACEP joined the American College of Radiology, and the American Society of Anesthesiologists to bring a lawsuit against the federal government charging that the interim final rule on surprise medical billing goes against the language of the No Surprises Act and will ultimately harm patients and access to care.

Vaccine Information Center

Vaccine Information Center

Geriatric ERs Becoming More Common

Geriatric ERs Becoming More Common

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