5 steps physicians can take to get rid of “stupid stuff”
Needless tasks have exacted a toll on doctors’ daily workload. Learn more with the AMA about how to slash administrative burdens.
How 2021 E/M guidelines could ease physicians’ documentation burdens
Learn what you need to know about the new CMS outpatient evaluation and management (E/M) coding guidelines that take effect next year.
Myth or fact? Teaching doctors must re-document student EHR work
Historically, teaching physicians were required to re-document medical students’ entries in a patient’s electronic health record (EHR). They don’t have to do that anymore.
Removing prior authorization for MAT results in more patient care
Learn how Maryland has changed the law to help patients with opioid-use disorder get the evidence-based care they need.
Prior authorization needs fixing. How it’s happening in the states.
Physician lawmakers reveal strategies to adopt prior-authorization reform. Learn more about AMA’s work with state medical societies to fix the problem.
How Intermountain added more time with patients, less in EHR
Imagine reducing burdensome EHR clicks for physicians. That is what Intermountain Healthcare is working on to reduce and prevent physician burnout.
Simplifying Medicare Advantage & Part D
Learn how the AMA is trying to improve Medicare Advantage and Part D by lowering costs and reducing the physician burden, while improving patient care quality.
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CPT Code Revision Updates
The AMA’s work on streamlining documentation and reducing note bloat is far from over. Subscribe now to stay in the loop on continued CPT reform.