Keyword: Association of American Medical Colleges
Groups including the American Hospital Association were part of an effort to fight 340B payment cuts pushed by the Trump administration and supported by the drug industry.
The American Association of Medical Colleges says a reversal on consideration of race in admissions could threaten physician workforce diversity.
Clinicians who participated in MIPS in 2017 can now view their MIPS final score and performance feedback, plus more physician practice news.
A travel ban that was opposed by a healthcare industry that depends on foreign doctors and workers was upheld today by the Supreme Court.
Family physicians continue to be the most in-demand doctors, but there was a decided shift last year that saw an increasing demand for specialists.
More nurse practitioners are working in primary care practices, particularly in rural areas of the country.
U.S. Immigration Services appears to have cleared the way to issue visas for international medical graduates set to begin work as residents.
Physician groups worry that international medical residents who are scheduled to start their training at U.S. hospitals on July 1 may not get visas.
In what’s good news for the predicted physician shortage, first-year enrollment at U.S. medical schools has increased by 29% since 2002.
Congress needs to end a longtime cap on funds choking the number of medical residencies, plus more physician practice news from around the web.