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Confronting harassment within medicine head on
Dr. McAneny: Why women physicians need to know the business side of health care
AMA presents government service award to former state senator
The AMA presented former Oklahoma Sen. Ervin Yen, MD, the Nathan Davis Award for Outstanding Government Service for his dedication to improving public health.
AMA presents government service award to physician Richard Izquierdo
The AMA presented Richard “Doc” Izquierdo, MD, with the Dr. Nathan Davis Award for Outstanding Public Service for his lifetime of work serving Bronx residents.
AMA’s integrated health model initiative launches first data model
The IHMI, founded by the AMA announced the development of a new data model to manage an uninterrupted stream of data to remotely monitor blood pressure.
Physician groups praise panel passage bill to end prior authorization
Leading physician groups applauded a Kentucky House committee for advancing a bill making it easier for people with addiction to opioids to receive treatment.
Prior authorization hurdles have led to serious adverse events
The AMA issued the new findings from its annual survey exploring physician experiences with prior authorization programs.
On the eve of American Heart Month, AMA offers 6 tips to improve heart health, prevent heart attack and stroke
Aimed at helping the millions of Americans currently living with high blood pressure reduce their risk of heart attack and stroke, the American Medical Association (AMA) is offering six tips for Americans to take to improve their heart health.
Online gun bazaar can’t dodge accountability
In a brief to the Wisconsin Supreme Court, AMA and WMS assert owners of online firearms marketplace, Armslist, can’t escape liability firearm violence harm.
AMA: FDA action on OTC naloxone will save people from overdoses
The AMA applauds the FDA and Commissioner Gottlieb for action to provide labeling that would allow for OTC availability of naloxone.
Study of Colorado’s Efforts to Reverse Opioid Epidemic
The AMA, Colorado Medical Society and Manatt Health release study of Colorado’s meaningful efforts to reverse the opioid epidemic.
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