AMA in the News: December 2021


AMA in the News covers media coverage and mentions about the American Medical Association. Find articles recognizing our efforts in health care, advocacy, medical education and improvements in public health. Read coverage on the achievements of our leadership and the members of the AMA community.

  1. AMA offers 10 health recommendations for the New Year

    1. South Florida Hospital News, Dec. 17, 2021
    2. The AMA provided 10 Health Tips for a healthier New Year in a native concept piece that ran in various local outlets.
  2. 1 in 5 physicians, 2 in 5 nurses intend to leave practice within 2 years, AMA-led study finds

    1. Becker’s Hospital Review, Dec. 16, 2021
    2. The health care workforce is on the brink of experiencing high staff turnover rates, indicative of what is being deemed the "Great Resignation," a new American Medical Association-led study suggests.
  3. AHA, AMA sue Biden admin to challenge surprise billing arbitration process

    1. Fierce Healthcare, Dec. 9, 2021
    2. The American Hospital Association (AHA) and the American Medical Association (AMA) have filed a joint lawsuit against the federal government, challenging the Biden administration's implementation of the No Surprises Act.
  4. AMA says Congress dropped the ball on stopping Medicare cuts

    1. Physician’s Weekly, Dec. 3, 2021
    2. The American Medical Association (AMA) put Congress on blast for not addressing the looming Medicare cuts slated to take effect on January 1, 2022, accusing Congress of failing both patients and physicians.
  5. Allowing Medicare cuts to take effect would be 'reckless,' AMA says

    1. Becker’s Hospital Review, Dec. 2, 2021
    2. The AMA challenges Medicare cuts.