AMA on energy and commerce markup of surprise billing legislation
The AMA remains committed to protecting patients from surprise bills and committed to working with committee members to secure fair out-of-network payments.
AMA reacts to subcommittee passage of surprise billing legislation
The AMA remains committed to working with all the committees of jurisdiction to forge a balanced approach to protect patients and their access to health care.
AMA calls on DHS to address conditions at border facilities
AMA calls on DHS and CBP to address conditions at the southern border, which are inappropriate for the care and treatment of children and pregnant women.
AMA: Leading medical organizations fight for transgender Americans
The AMA and 15 national health care organizations filed a joint brief urging SCOTUS to rule to protect transgender individuals from employment discrimination.
AMA lawsuit to protect patient-physician relationship in North Dakota
AMA filed a lawsuit today challenging constitutionality of ND laws that compel physicians to provide misleading reproductive health information.
AMA: Senate HELP Bill on surprise billing fails to fix a broken system
AMA and 120 medical organizations agree that when patients cannot select in-network physicians they should be protected from being charged above in-network rates.
AMA policy advocates to eliminate non-medical vaccine exemptions
The AMA adopted policy to actively advocate for legislation, and policies that incentivize states to eliminate non-medical exemptions from immunizations.
AMA adopts new public health policies to improve health of nation
AMA adopts policies supporting plans to end the HIV epidemic, decriminalize HIV status non-disclosure, and access to contraception for incarcerated persons.
AMA announces Board of Trustees for 2019-2020
AMA introduced the 21 members of its Board of Trustees for the coming year following elections held during the Annual Meeting of the AMA House of Delegates.