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.
America’s health care crisis is much deeper than COVID-19
The coronavirus pandemic didn’t create the problems in our health system, it revealed them in a way that can no longer be ignored.
Cutting Medicare pay during COVID-19 pandemic doesn’t make sense
Physicians practicing certain medical specialties, already facing severe economic strain, may be subject to big Medicare pay cuts in 2021.
The 12 factors that drive up physician burnout
To reduce the burden placed on doctors, health care systems must look at what external factors are adding to physician burnout. Find out more.
AMA COVID-19 daily video update: Dr. Maniya shares insights from an NYC emergency department
The AMA is leading the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. See daily video updates on how the AMA is fighting COVID-19 by talking with physicians on the frontlines like Omar Maniya, MD, MBA, an emergency resident physician.
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AMA vision on health care reform
Download the vision statement on the AMA's commitment to improving health insurance coverage and health care access.
Relief from administrative burden key to proposed Medicare fee schedule
The AMA appreciates Administrator Seema Verma and CMS proposing policy changes that prioritize patients over paperwork and let doctors be doctors.
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