Interim Meeting With bold actions, physicians earn public’s trust: AMA president Doctors can use the public’s faith in them to fiercely advocate for the greater good, Patrice A. Harris, MD, MA, says in the AMA House of Delegates’ opening session. Judicial Advocacy Why the HHS conscience-rights rule was blocked in court The AMA has opposed the rule since Department of Health and Human Services proposed it, saying conscience rights are not unlimited and the measure would put patients’ health at risk. AMA in the News AMA in the News: December 2019 Read media highlights mentioning the American Medical Association for December 2019. Ethics Pediatric decision-making: Help parents protect, empower kids While bearing the weighty responsibility of making medical decisions for children when they lack capacity, parents can also promote patient autonomy. Press Releases AMA petitions U.S. Supreme Court to review Title X restrictions The AMA strongly believes that our nation’s highest court must step in to remove government overreach and interference in the patient-physician relationship. Leadership Why we are acting to protect free and open communication with patients Learn why the AMA is petitioning the U.S. Supreme Court to stop a regulation that clearly violates core tenets of medical ethics. Judicial Advocacy Supreme Court looks to AMA for guidance in big health care cases The AMA’s input has helped shape rulings on everything from alcoholism and transgender rights to medical privacy and the Affordable Care Act. Advocacy Update April 5, 2018: Advocacy spotlight on Physicians ask HHS to withdraw proposed rule on conscience rights in health care Physicians ask HHS to withdraw proposed rule on conscience rights in health care. Read AMA's response to the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking. Advocacy Update July 12, 2018: Judicial Advocacy Update Find how the AMA Litigation Center supports physicians facing legal threat, protects medical liability reforms and more. Ethics How legacies of the Holocaust should inform health care The involvement of health professionals in the atrocities of the Holocaust have significantly influenced bioethics. Learn more from the AMA Journal of Ethics. Pagination Previous page Arrow left Created with Sketch. Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Next page Arrow left Created with Sketch.