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Supreme Court listens to AMA regarding adolescents’ development
When the U.S. Supreme Court has been asked to rule on cases that involve adolescents, justices trusted what the AMA has to say about developing minds.
Why the AMA is committed to a diverse physician workforce
Texas Tech’s decision to no longer consider race in medical school admissions decisions is a setback to the profession’s efforts on diversity and health equity.
New AMA anti-harassment policies the right step for the profession
We take a zero-tolerance approach to harassment. Complaints should be independently and promptly investigated according to the highest standards.
Quick Take: Moves cut barriers to opioid-use disorder treatment
In actions that will save lives, New Jersey and Washington, D.C., removed prior authorization for Medicaid patients who need medication-assisted treatment.
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