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Position papers are statements of ACP policy approved by the College's Board of Regents. Position papers on issues of medical ethics and professionalism developed by the College's Ethics, Professionalism and Human Rights Committee and ACP staff include:
Ethical Obligations Regarding Short-Term Global Health Clinical Experiences
Hidden Curricula, Ethics, and Professionalism: Optimizing Clinical Learning Environments in Becoming and Being a Physician
Ethics and the Legalization of Physician-Assisted Suicide
Ethical Implications of the Electronic Health Record: In the Service of the Patient
Assessing the Patient Care Implications of "Concierge" and Other Direct Patient Contracting Practices
Policy Recommendations to Guide the Use of Telemedicine in Primary Care Settings: An American College of Physicians Position Paper Recommendations for the Use of Telemedicine in Primary Care Settings
Prescription Drug Abuse
Online Medical Professionalism: Patient and Public Relationships
The Patient-Centered Medical Home: An Ethical Analysis of Principles and Practice
Health Information Technology & Privacy
Principles Regarding Professional Accountability
Ethical Considerations for the Use of Patient Incentives to Promote Personal Responsibility for Health: West Virginia Medicaid and Beyond.
Family Caregivers, Patients and Physicians: Ethical Guidance to Optimize Relationships. An online appendix of resources to help physicians manage relationships with patients and caregivers is also available.
Pay-for-Performance Principles that Promote Patient Centered Care: An Ethics Manifesto. A longer version of the paper may be accessed at Pay-for-Performance Principles That Promote Patient Centered Care: An Ethics Manifesto
Medical Professionalism in the Changing Health Care Environment: Revitalizing Internal Medicine by Focusing on the Patient-Physician Relationship
Ethics in Practice: Managed Care and the Changing Health Care Environment
Physician-Industry Relations. Part 1: Individual Physicians
Physician-Industry Relations. Part 2: Organizational Issues
Medical Professionalism in the New Millennium: A Physician Charter
Selling Products Out of the Office
Guidelines for the Physician Expert Witness
Cognitively Impaired Subjects
Archived versions and other ACP policy topics can be accessed in the ACP Policy Library.
Genetic Testing and Reuniting Families
ACP provides comments to the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues regarding privacy protection and human genome sequencing
Letter to DEA expressing the importance of a continued dialogue between the medical community and the DEA on pain management issues and the need for reasonable, clear and final guidance from the DEA. DEA's Response to Charles Francis, MD, FACP, President ACP.
Obligations and Opportunities: The Role of Clinical Societies in the Ethics of Managed Care
Life, Death, and the American College of Physicians: The Cruzan Case
For more information and to request reprints contact Lois Snyder Sulmasy at email@example.com, or at 215-351-2839.