AMA spurs a movement to fight the key causes of physician burnout
Since 2013, the AMA has spurred a movement to fight the causes of burnout and provide relief for physicians who too often have been told to rely on reducing stress. Learn more.
Physician burnout and AMA regulatory victories
The AMA has shaped policies and regulatory victories that have reduced documentation burdens. Learn more.
How insurance regulators are shaping states’ COVID-19 response
There’s more to state-level health advocacy than engaging governors and legislators. Activists must connect with insurance regulators who play vital roles.
The AMA helps sustain the viability of private practice
Private practices have been struggling for years; the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the financial strain and burdensome regulatory requirements faced by physician practice owners. AMA advocacy, resources and research help private practices thrive.
AMA statement on HHS decision to remove barriers for opioid treatment
AMA strongly endorses today’s decision by HHS to allow physicians to prescribe without a waiver highly effective medication for opioid use disorder.
Are commercial health plans required to adopt revisions to the E/M codes?
The latest regulatory myth examines if commercial payers are required to adopt the E/M office visit code revisions.
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.
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