Keyword: American Medical Association
The AMA voted to keep gender identity definitions fluid and stock EDs with clinicians trained to treat sexual assault victims.
The “dysfunctional” health system may be working to boost profits, but it’s not working as intended for patients or doctors, AMA's president said.
A Massachusetts General Hospital doctor said flight attendants questioned her medical certification while she was assisting another passenger.
Technology helps medical professionals perform surgeries and sequence whole genomes, but hospital software still can’t handle daylight saving time.
Doctors spoke, and CMS listened—delaying any changes to codes for Medicare patient visits until 2021.
Telemedicine advocates are hoping CMS' new physician fee schedule will answer some of the outlying questions for doctors.
A new survey of doctors found that healthcare plans are increasingly overriding the treatment decisions they make for their patients.
Building on its efforts to transform medical schools, the American Medical Association is now turning its eye—and its funding—to residency training.
Concerned about rapidly rising insulin prices, the AMA has urged the FTC to monitor pricing and market competition to keep the drug affordable.
Some say Republicans' tough stance on immigration could make it harder for rural areas that depend on foreign-born doctors to relieve shortages.