Biden administration bars LGBTQ+ discrimination in health care
The move ends what AMA President Susan Bailey, MD, called “a dismal chapter,” overturning a Trump-era rule that drew sharp, widespread criticism.
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Top news stories from AMA Morning Rounds®: Week of May 10, 2021
In the news: CDC guidance on COVID, masking, administration to prohibit discrimination in health care on gender id, sexual orientation, Pfizer vaccine for 12-15 year-olds.
The AMA’s strategic plan to embed racial justice and advance health equity
Read about the AMA's strategic plan to embed racial justice and advance health equity both within the AMA organization, and in the medical profession.
How the AMA plans to tackle root causes of U.S. health inequities
Within the organization and across health care, the AMA will push upstream to tackle the forces driving the inequities that pervade American medicine.
AMA releases plan dedicated to embedding racial justice and advancing health equity
New strategy represents three-year roadmap for action, historical reflections on past harms, and accountability in operationalizing equity and justice.
What we need to advance equity: reflection, partnership, accountability
With new plan, the AMA will use its resources and influence to help dismantle structural racism and work toward a more equitable future for all people.
AMA statement on Biden decision to restore anti-bias protections
This move is a victory for health equity and ends a dismal chapter in which a federal agency sought to remove civil rights protections.
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