Who We Are
Learn how the House of Delegates, councils, member groups, states medical associations and specialty societies, and staff promote patient health.
Since its inception in 1847, see the important role the AMA and its members have played in the development of medicine in the United States.
AMA Leadership & Staff
View the AMA Board of Trustees, senior leadership and management staff charged with ensuring AMA promotes the art and science of medicine.
House of Delegates (HOD)
Learn about the AMA House of Delegates (HOD), the principal policy-making body of the AMA.
See the key role the AMA Councils play in the establishment of health policies and the betterment of the public health.
Member Sections & Group
Explore member sections for leadership opportunities and involvement in policymaking to enable physicians to improve the health of the nation.
Discover the ways the AMA Foundation provides charitable funding to support community health and medical education and leadership programs.
United States Adopted Names Council
The AMA's USAN Council is responsible for naming all generic drugs. See the council’s upcoming events and gain a deeper understanding of the USAN process.
Learn how the RVS Update Committee (RUC) reviews resource costs for physician services as described by CPT, using the 3 RBRVS components.
Office of International Medicine
Discover how the AMA interacts with international medical organizations in an increasingly global community.
AMA Constitution, Bylaws & Conflict of Interest Policy
Review the AMA Constitution, Bylaws and the Conflict of Interest Policy approved by the Board of Trustees.
Federation of Medicine
Find information on the organizations that make up the Federation of Medicine—including state, county and national medical specialty societies.