This year, Match Day is Friday, March 18th, and the American Resident Project has devoted the whole month to sharing posts related to the Match.

June 28
When a patient has a minor injury or illness, their decision of whether to go to a primary care provider or to the Emergency Room (ER) can end up costing or saving the patient and the U.S. health care system a significant amount of money.
June 28
In the national debate on health care reform there is one change almost everyone agrees will help improve our health care system: increasing access to primary care.
June 23
Health literacy is the ability to understand health information, which is necessary to take ownership of your own health and stay on top of chronic conditions. It is important for patients to not only understand the health care system, but also how to manage and treat their conditions and overall health.
June 21
We know that burnout rates are not only high among physicians, but also that they appear to be on the rise.
June 10
For many fourth-year medical students, the away rotation can come with challenges. Fellow Marissa describes how to combat these obstacles and get the most out of the away rotation experience.
June 9
Fellow Danielle discusses the factors that contribute to a patient's perception of quality healthcare and how physicians can use these factors to improve care.