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Given reports that doctors are being silenced about coronavirus, the country’s two largest physician groups say doctors have the right to speak out.
Physician groups said the decision by CMS to start paying physicians for patient visits that take place by telephone will help practices stay open.
The AMA released guidance to aid retired physicians who are going back into service to help healthcare systems tackling COVID-19.
Physicians have a role to play in stopping gun violence—one that most doctors believe is indeed "in their lane," said the AMA's president.
The American Medical Association is moving forward to approve a new Current Procedural Terminology code for reporting novel coronavirus tests.
A court ruling upheld a rule restricting what clinicians in federally-funded family planning clinics can tell patients about abortion.
The head of the American Medical Association warned automating prior authorization requests isn't the final solution to problems plaguing providers.
One in five patients who underwent elective surgery got a surprise bill for out-of-network services, according to a new study.
Walmart has delayed a new policy originally set to begin January 1 that would have required electronic prescriptions for controlled substances.
When it comes to usability, doctors give electronic health record systems an “F.”