Physicians to HHS: Here’s how to improve prior authorization
AMA voices support for proposed federal operating rules that boost automation of prior-authorization processes, but adds that there is still more work to be done.
What's needed in a physician champion to ditch the stupid stuff
Getting rid of stupid stuff means eliminating the small annoyances that lead to administrative burdens. Here’s how to appoint a high-level champion to lead the initiative.
Administrative simplification advocacy
Learn about the AMA's advocacy efforts to address the ongoing problems and burdens in the practice revenue cycle.
E/M office-visit changes on track for 2021: What doctors must know
CMS plans to move ahead with big shift on E/M office-visit services. Make sure you’re ready with AMA’s extensive resource library.
Medicare moving forward with planned E/M office visit changes
AMA helping physician practices get full benefit of simplified coding and documentation guidelines.
Relief from administrative burdens must remain after pandemic ends
When the COVID-19 crisis ends, health care should use lessons learned to further reduce administrative and technological burdens to improve patient care.
Burnout isn’t due to resiliency deficit. It’s still a system issue.
Even the most resilient physicians have substantial rates of burnout. Learn more about what health systems must do to improve physician well-being.
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