Learn about AMA and CDC resources to help you ensure patients get inoculations to ease pressure on an already strained health care system
The AMA details for Senate HELP Committee Chair Lamar Alexander how the nation’s health system should be changed to better prepare for the next pandemic.
Most telehealth coverage for Medicare patients is set to expire. Here’s how to maintain seniors’ access to care while they stay safe at home.
Telehealth use has exploded after regulatory barriers were temporarily removed. The AMA advocates for making many of these emergency changes permanent.
The Trump proclamation blocking international medical graduates from entering the U.S. to train is not in the country’s best interest during a pandemic.
A new textbook chapter offers insight on the ways health systems science—the third pillar of medical education—can be applied to fight a pandemic.
Volunteer experience is heavily weighted in medical school admissions. The COVID-19 pandemic may change that for the upcoming application cycle.
Learn how the specialty in which you are training can be related to where you practice following the completion of your residency.
Should vagaries of hospital ownership have bearing on physicians’ ability to speak confidentially with attorneys? Washington’s highest court considers the issue.
The codes ensure uniform language for medical services and procedures, physicians tell a federal court in a brief, and other uses erode patient trust.
You know all about JAMA, of course. Now check out these other great AMA member benefits designed to help physicians on their professional and personal journeys.
From career planning to loan refinancing, the AMA offers benefits that can help you flourish personally and professionally.
Read the details of the proceedings of the 2020 Special Meeting of the AMA House of Delegates.
The South Carolina family physician won by acclamation during a virtual meeting of the AMA House of Delegates. Learn about the other physicians elected to AMA leadership positions.
See how the Council on Long Range Planning & Development (CLRPD) studies long-term strategic issues related to AMA’s vision, goals and priorities.
The Council on Long Range Planning and Development (CLRPD) works on projects based on actions of the AMA House of Delegates or Board of Trustees.
Some of the current projects of the CLRPD include:
Read highlights from the Academic Physicians Section (APS) 2020 Annual Meeting.
Find information on accessing the virtual 2020 MSS Annual Meeting.
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The AMA is dedicated to ensuring that all of our communications and platforms are held to the highest standards of professionalism. Here's how the AMA upholds ethical behavior in all of our organizational activities.
View the AMA Code of Conduct and Anti-harassment policy.