Keyword: American Medical Association
Health system and provider groups lauded the Department of Health and Human Services’ proposed regulations to update the decades-old Stark Law.
CMS says doctors who qualify for an advanced alternative payment model (APM) performance bonus should get their money soon.
More communities and companies across the U.S.—including those in healthcare—have begun seeking better ways to respond to a changing world.
Here are takeaways from arguments before a federal appeals court on whether the Trump administration’s new Protect Life Rule should stay in effect.
Seven healthcare provider groups are appealing to congressional leaders to help slow down proposed federal interoperability rules.
Seven healthcare industry groups have strong concerns about ONC's proposed data blocking regulation and want the final rule delayed.
An estimated 73 million Americans with commercial health insurance face limited choices, according to a new American Medical Association study.
U.S. physicians are increasingly too busy to see pharmaceutical reps, a new report found.
Many experts say there’s a simple piece of advice physicians should give to patients about vaping: Stop.
As Congress takes a close look at prior authorization, payer groups are defending the practice, which they say is a crucial tool to control costs.