Where the AMA stands on 7 of the year’s biggest health care issues
From the E/M overhaul to the opioid epidemic, here’s how the AMA has shown itself to be the physician’s powerful ally in health care this year.
Medicare’s diabetes prevention benefit: What doctors should know
New CME from the AMA offers insight into helping your patients take advantage of Medicare’s new payment for diabetes prevention programs.
6 ways to improve Medicare Advantage physician networks
Medicare Advantage keeps growing, but beneficiaries face shrinking networks, networks suddenly dropping their doctors and a false illusion of choice.
Reporting appropriate use criteria in claims for Medicare patients
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) releases requirements for reporting appropriate use criteria (AUC) in claims for Medicare patients.
Confusion prevails on 2020 Medicare supplement plan changes
If you turn 65 in 2020, your Medigap options will differ from what’s been available. Here’s what senior physicians should understand about the changing landscape.
Federal law cripples telehealth in Medicare. New bill changes that.
Bipartisan Senate bill would eliminate barriers that have made it hard for Medicare patients to access telehealth services from physicians.
Verdict’s in on terminal prognoses: Doctors aren’t fortunetellers
n a Medicare hospice fraud case, federal appeals court sides with the AMA on medical judgment calls such as how long a patient has left to live.
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