Patient Support & Advocacy Ruling on Kentucky law undermines patient-physician relationship U.S. appellate court upholds Kentucky law requiring women to view ultrasound before abortion, contradicts earlier ruling on North Carolina’s similar law. Advocacy Update Oct. 2, 2020: Judicial Advocacy Update Why the Supreme Court should take up Title X gag rule case in the latest Judicial Advocacy Update. Population Care High court must reject arbitrary, intrusive Mississippi law Physicians urge U.S. Supreme Court to follow half century of precedent to protect constitutional right to access reproductive health care. Press Releases AMA adopts new policies on final day of Special Meeting New positions address telehealth confidentiality, medical student training and prescription drug monitoring programs. Leadership We cannot let changes to Title X put women’s health at risk The AMA and leaders across medicine filed a lawsuit to block the Administration’s rule that would decimate the Title X program and limit the medical advice physicians can give their patients. Ethics Code of Medical Ethics: Genetics & reproductive medicine Genetic testing can provide valuable information to support informed decision making about personal health care options as well as reproductive choices. Advocacy Update March 22, 2018: Judicial Advocacy Update Find out how the AMA advocates for pregnant women and their right to informed consent about their options in NIFLA v. Becerra. Patient Support & Advocacy Why the Supreme Court should take up Title X gag rule case Conflicting appellate court rulings on cases involving the HHS physician gag rule require resolution by the Supreme Court, which should strike it down. Press Releases ACOG, AMA lead amicus brief in U.S. v. Texas In new amicus brief, leading medical organizations urge appeals court to affirm ruling invalidating Texas SB8 Patient Support & Advocacy U.S. appeals court upholds Title X gag rule on physicians Ruling allows HHS to move ahead with a Trump administration rule that forces doctors to act as government mouthpieces when speaking with Title X program patients. Pagination Previous page Arrow left Created with Sketch. Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Next page Arrow left Created with Sketch.