AMA report shows evolving, deadlier overdose epidemic
AMA cites need to remove barriers to evidence-based care for patients with pain or a substance use disorder.
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Top news stories from AMA Morning Rounds®: Week of July 13, 2020
In the news: Coronavirus testing sites struggling to provide results quickly, more than half of patients with COVID-19 have heart damage, CDC calls for all Americans to wear face masks and more.
AMA expands online education hub to streamline needs of physicians
AMA Ed Hub™ features new educational content, auto-reporting from partners.
How to reignite the fight against the nation’s opioid epidemic
The COVID-19 crisis is far from over, yet the opioid epidemic continues to flare. The AMA details steps states should take, and calls on CDC to revise its opioid prescribing guideline.
AMA urges CDC to revise opioid prescribing guideline
To make meaningful progress toward ending this epidemic, a broad-based public health approach is required.
Dr. Harris made big mark as AMA president, but her work’s not over
In this Q&A, learn what AMA Immediate Past President Patrice A. Harris, MD, MA, sees in the year ahead for patients and physicians.
In COVID-19 crisis, AMA’s powerful voice rings out to save lives
Learn about the AMA’s effective advocacy on critical issues such as access to PPE, telehealth, financial relief for doctors, health care inequities, and more.
End the epidemic
AMA membership means you’re actively fighting to end the opioid crisis. Help us build a strong, nationwide program of comprehensive pain care to help reverse this epidemic.
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AMA Opioid Task Force 2019 Progress Report
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