AMA statement on administration action on e-cigarettes
New policy to address youth e-cigarette epidemic by limiting flavors in some vaping products is a step in the right direction, but does not go far enough
AMA Statement on Texas v. United States
Federal appeals court says ACA mandate is unconstitutional, but remaining provisions survive.
AMA urges Congress to improve surprise bill legislation from this week
Physician community seeks a balanced legislative solution to protect patients from surprise medical bills.
AMA and public health community united on bold action to prevent e-cigarettes from addicting kids
Health and parent groups urge Trump administration to stand strong and implement plan to clear the market of all flavored e-cigarettes – kids’ health must not be compromised.
New research intensifies AMA’s call for improved EHR usability
Correlation found between poor EHR usability and physician burnout.
AMA statement on updated CDC report about antibiotic resistance
AMA is pleased that CDC has released an updated report on antibiotic resistance threats.
AMA applauds relief from documentation burden in new Medicare rule
Many physicians will have reduced documentation beginning in 2021.
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