Keyword: American Medical Association
Medical and patient advocacy groups launched an ad campaign to oppose a proposal they say will restrict patient access to prescription drugs.
Here's a look at five doctors who made news in 2018 and who you’ll want to keep an eye on in 2019.
You might have guessed it. Paperwork and administrative burdens is the number one issue that frustrates doctors, according to a new poll.
The majority of physicians now support medical aid-in-dying for the terminally ill, but patients are still far more likely to approve of the practice.
A doctor has agreed to pay $3 million to settle claims from improperly billing Medicaid and Medicare programs.
The lobbying group says AHPs will destabilize ACA markets and create an opportunity for abusive insurance practices.
Telemedicine is gaining traction in physician practices. But it’s more popular among doctors in certain specialties, a new study has found.
Many patients had fewer choices last year as competition levels dropped in health insurance markets in half of the U.S. states, a report found.
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.