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An estimated 73 million Americans with commercial health insurance face limited choices, according to a new American Medical Association study.
Many experts say there’s a simple piece of advice physicians should give to patients about vaping: Stop.
In a victory for doctors, a North Dakota judge ruled that a state law cannot force physicians to give patients false information about abortion.
Updates to Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes for 2020 include new codes to keep doctors up-to-date with new technology.
For the first time in the American Medical Association’s history, women are occupying three roles: its past, present and future presidents.
There's a lot physicians like in the proposed rule issued for 2020 Medicare payment rates and changes to the Merit-based Incentive Payment System.
The American Medical Association is shifting to a more aggressive stance as the Trump administration ratchets up efforts to eliminate legal abortion.
The AMA filed a lawsuit over two North Dakota abortion laws it says will force physicians to give false information to patients.
The AMA says the country should build on the success of the ACA to help ensure health insurance for patients rather than move to “Medicare for All."
Three female doctors from Georgia are poised to take over top leadership spots at prominent national physician organizations.