2019 Medical Student Advocacy & Region Conference (MARC)
Join us for the 2019 American Medical Association Medical Student Advocacy & Region Conference (MARC) in Washington, D.C.
8 physician advocacy wins that set the stage for 2019
Despite D.C. turmoil, doctors score key victories at national, state levels on physician payment, gun violence, regulatory relief and more. Find out the AMA’s 2019 policy targets.
5 ways the midterms shook up the U.S. health care agenda for 2019
Prescription-drug pricing, gun violence and ACA-stabilization efforts are among the issues that could see new life next year.
Members Move Medicine: She explains to legislators what matters
AMA member Gunjan Malhotra, MD, is a diagnostic radiology resident who loves making an impact on medicine through the AMA House of Delegates.
AMA mapping tool identifies where workforce needs are greatest
The free, newly updated and mobile-friendly AMA Health Workforce Mapper offers more publicly accessible data on physician and nonphysician workforces.
Members Move Medicine: Find your passion and give it your all
AMA member, ob-gyn and maternal-fetal medicine specialist Louis Weinstein, MD, discovered the HELLP syndrome, which is extremely dangerous to the pregnant patient and is recognized throughout the world.
Members Move Medicine: An advocate for local, national peers
AMA member Hunter Pattison, MD, is an emergency medicine resident who sees the impact of organized medicine at the local, national and specialty levels.
Members Move Medicine: Treating patients, shaping policy
AMA member and family physician Tamaan K. Osbourne-Roberts, MD, sees policymaking an extension of Hippocratic Oath’s call to apply “all measures which are required.”
Members Move Medicine: Improving the lives of uninsured patients
Even in his retirement, AMA member and psychiatrist Paul H. Wick, MD, works to improve the health and well-being of uninsured patients.