AMA responds to tragic gun violence incidents
AMA calls on policymakers to address gun violence as public health crisis;adopt common-sense reforms
Relief from administrative burden key to proposed Medicare fee schedule
The AMA appreciates Administrator Seema Verma and CMS proposing policy changes that prioritize patients over paperwork and let doctors be doctors.
AMA statement on closing arguments in CVS-Aetna case
The CVS-Aetna merger and divestiture are not in the public interest, and the court should refuse to approve the antitrust settlement proposed by the DOJ.
AMA on energy and commerce markup of surprise billing legislation
The AMA remains committed to protecting patients from surprise bills and committed to working with committee members to secure fair out-of-network payments.
AMA reacts to subcommittee passage of surprise billing legislation
The AMA remains committed to working with all the committees of jurisdiction to forge a balanced approach to protect patients and their access to health care.
AMA on court review of $69B CVS-Aetna merger settlement
The AMA has concluded that a merger of these two rivals would harm competition and patients, even with the divestiture proposed in the merger settlement.
AMA on proposed federal rule to roll back anti-discrimination protections
The American Medical Association is assessing the full impact of the newly released regulatory proposal to remove anti-discrimination protections related to sexual orientation, gender identity, and termination of pregnancy across a wide variety of health care programs and insurance plans.
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