COVID-19: Get the latest updates and resources from the AMA
Yale researcher Nicholas A. Christakis, MD, PhD, MPH, says the coronavirus most resembles the 1957 influenza pandemic, and provides insight on what the coming months may bring.
AMA webinar provides real-world examples of ways medical students can help patients while continuing to build competencies during the outbreak, sometimes for credit.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced rapid changes on the way physician practices operate, but these resources can help doctors navigate the shifting terrain.
Mount Sinai Health System in New York City created new well-being resources to provide ongoing support for those on the front lines of care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Learn about the AMA’s influential role in setting standards for U.S. medical education, and what’s being done to redesign undergraduate and graduate training for the 21st century.
Residents can help identify and mitigate lapses that can harm patients. Learn more with the AMA on tips to improve safety processes.
Searching for continuity amid a pandemic, medical schools are moving from physical classrooms to virtual ones. How can med students succeed in them?
After years of training, AMA members who matched with residency programs ponder how they will impact medicine in the next stage of their physician training.
Should vagaries of hospital ownership have bearing on physicians’ ability to speak confidentially with attorneys? Washington’s highest court considers the issue.
The codes ensure uniform language for medical services and procedures, physicians tell a federal court in a brief, and other uses erode patient trust.
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Make travel arrangements and reserve child care for the June 6-10, 2020 Annual Meeting in Chicago.
The June 2020 House of Delegates meeting has been suspended due to the COVID—19 pandemic.
See how the Council on Long Range Planning & Development (CLRPD) studies long-term strategic issues related to AMA’s vision, goals and priorities.
The Council on Long Range Planning and Development (CLRPD) works on projects based on actions of the AMA House of Delegates or Board of Trustees.
Some of the current projects of the CLRPD include:
View the candidates for the Minority Affairs Section (MAS) elections.
View the candidates for the International Medical Graduates Section (IMGS) elections.
In the news: Federal government to relax safety standards, CDC reports on COVID-19 hospitalizations and virus spread, more than one million COVID-19 cases globally.
AMA member Scott Pasichow, MD, was inspired by the care and compassion exhibited by the nurses and doctors caring for his brother who had cancer.
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The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA®), JAMA Network Open™ and Specialty Journals offers access to the latest research, author interviews, apps, and CME for the medical community.
The AMA has resources to help accurately bill outpatient and office procedures and services with Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) and Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) codes.
The road to residency made simple. Find your perfect residency or fellowship program match using FREIDA, the AMA Residency & Fellowship Database® to search from more than 12,000 programs.
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The bipartisan political action committee of the AMA exists to find and support Congressional candidates who will make physician and patient well-being a top priority.
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