Focus turns to Senate action to cut physicians’ prior auth strain
It’s time to call on your senators to help our older adult patients avoid the care delays posed by prior authorization in Medicare Advantage plans.
Why we must create a better health care system for women physicians
The pandemic has placed even greater burdens on women physicians. As we mark Women in Medicine Month, the AMA is committed to making positive changes.
The ACA’s preventive care provisions must be maintained
A legal challenge to no-cost preventive care under the Affordable Care Act jeopardizes the tremendous gains we’ve made under the game-changing health care law.
Everyone deserves quality medical care delivered without bias
The mental health of transgender young people, already at risk from the pandemic, is threatened further by state laws that enable discrimination.
We must learn from the past in responding to monkeypox
We cannot afford to repeat the mistakes made during the response to COVID-19 in dealing with monkeypox—or any other threat to public health.
What I told Congress about reproductive health
The high court’s Dobbs decision undermines the practice of medicine, puts patients and physicians at risk, and exacerbates health inequities.
Dobbs ruling is an assault on reproductive health, safe medical practice
The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization puts lives at risk and potentially criminalizes care.