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With its members arguing for and against physician-assisted dying, the American Medical Association voted to continue to review its stance.
The American Medical Association wrapped up its annual meeting yesterday after tackling a wide range of healthcare issues.
The AMA urged the country’s doctors to raise their voices to protect patients at risk of losing healthcare insurance and protest Medicaid cuts.
The year 2016 marked a tipping point for physician practices: owners are no longer the majority, according to an AMA survey.
Though the CBO projects millions could lose their insurance coverage under AHCA, Republicans are focusing on deficit reductions and premiums.
The House is set to vote today on a bill that will unravel key provisions of the Affordable Care Act.
A federal appeals court has denied Anthem’s attempt to challenge a judge’s ruling that its proposed acquisition of Cigna violates antitrust law.
Provider groups came out strongly against the GOP’s proposed American Health Care Act (AHCA), and many cheered Congress’ decision to pull the bill on Friday in the wake of strong opposition.
President Donald Trump’s proposed budget cuts to scientific and medical research will be a devastating setback, according to numerous medical and health organizations.
Hours before President Donald Trump’s second attempt at a travel ban was to take effect, a federal judge froze the executive order.