Why court should uphold medical liability statute of limitations
An AMA Litigation Center brief explains the important role time limits play in keeping medical liability insurance rates low and ensuring fair trials.
COVID-19: A physician guide to keeping your practice open
The physician practice guide for keeping your practice open outlines best practices that should be in place at the federal, state and local levels before and after reopening during COVID-19.
Payment & Delivery Models
How Oregon’s top court erred in striking down noneconomic damages cap
The ruling might cause some physicians to relocate or offer fewer services.
Get FaceTime with Congress to hit on key pandemic relief measures
Lack of progress on COVID-19 financial relief is frustrating, but the Congressional recess offers a chance to connect with legislators that needs to be taken.
Q&A: This radiologist sheds light on pandemic’s new liability concerns
AMA member Ami Shah, MD, explains why she got involved in this advocacy work and how organized medicine continues to help her amplify her voice and expand her reach.
6 reasons why COVID-19 medical liability shield critics are wrong
Opposition has emerged to a bill that offers liability protection to doctors providing COVID-19 care. But arguments used against the bill are invalid.
Transition to Practice
Resident medical liability lawsuits: Why and how often they happen
Medical liability cases are a challenge for any doctor, and even more for physicians still in training. Dive into the numbers behind this phenomenon.
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