An AMA membership means you are...
- Working to extinguish physician burnout
- Leading the charge on Medicare payment reform
- Tackling the overused prior authorization process
- Supporting physician-led team-based care
Learn about the health care organizations being recognized by the AMA for their commitment to cutting physician burnout and improving well-being.
More than 70 health organizations earn AMA recognition for dedication to combatting burnout among physicians.
Organizations recognized through the AMA Joy in Medicine program demonstrate best practices in caring for physicians as well as patients.
The Joy in Medicine™ Health System Recognition Program recognizes organizations from across the country for their dedication to building well-being. Learn more.
Explore the impact of the Joy in Medicine program through the experiences of staff at recognized organizations.
Taking proactive steps to identify and address physician distress can help to ensure the well-being of colleagues and reduce the risk of suicidal ideation.
It takes will from leaders at medical schools and residency program to improve well-being among medical students and resident physicians. Learn more.
Learn about AMA Ambassador events being held throughout the year, including advocacy efforts, social media tips and more.