AMA in the News

AMA in the News: May 2022


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. Doctors have joined the chorus for more gun restrictions

    1. Washington Post, May 25, 2022 
    2. AMA is cited as leading health organization to declare gun violence a public health crisis.
  2. Biden marks COVID ‘tragic milestone’ in U.S. at global summit

    1. AP News, May 12, 2022 
    2. AMA is cited as the U.S. passes 1 million COVID deaths. 
  3. AMA turns 175: How CEO Dr. James Madara sets priorities as healthcare's agenda grows

    1. Becker’s Hospital Review,  May 6, 2022 
    2. Interview with James Madara, MD, on the 175th anniversary of the AMA.
  4. AMA 'deeply concerned' by Supreme Court draft opinion on abortion

    1. Chief Healthare Executive, May 6, 2022
    2. AMA issued a statement from Gerald E. Harmon, MD, on leaked the Supreme Court draft opinion. 
  5. A new appreciation for the value of organized medicine as the AMA turns 175

    1. Modern Healthcare, May 5, 2022 
    2. Gerald E. Harmon MD, with editorial on the AMA 175th anniversary. (Publication subscription is required for full or unlimited access.)
  6. AMA, Boston Children's + more urge ONC to prioritize patient-generated data

    1. Becker’s Health IT, May 5, 2022 
    2. A coalition of health care industry stakeholders wrote a letter to the ONC and other policymakers, urging them to adopt frameworks that encourage mobile health innovation and keeping sensitive health data secure. (Free registration is required to view content.)