Keyword: American Medical Association
The American Medical Association says health insurers are guilty of “foot-dragging” on prior authorization reforms.
The American Medical Association has added its voice to those calling on large tech giants to combat the misinformation on vaccines on their sites.
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield Indiana launched a partnership to provide Medicaid beneficiaries free legal assistance, plus more payer news.
With the comment period for two major rules set to close on May 3, the clock is now ticking for industry groups.
The American Medical Association today filed a lawsuit to block the Trump administration rule that would restrict abortion clinic funding.
The DOJ has asked a district judge to give approval to the merger of CVS Health Corp. and Aetna as the final step to completion of the sale.
11.5 million healthcare records were exposed in 2018, a report finds; Stanford wants digital health to be more ethical; and more health IT headlines.
When it comes to advocating for firearm safety, physician organizations aren’t putting their money where their mouths are, according to a new study.
After climbing for the last six years, a new survey reports the first drop—however modest—in the number of physicians who report symptoms of burnout.
As a federal judge reviews the merger between CVS Health and Aetna, the Department of Justice is sticking by its agreement with the two companies.