AMA develops Rx for drug prices that are high and rising
Arbitration can be used in determining price of prescription drugs that have insufficient competition, high list prices, or have seen unjustifiable price increases.
AMA sharpens policy to promote reasonable drug prices
Physicians adopt principles for the use of drug price arbitration and international price indices.
How Netflix-style plans could solve drug-spending dilemmas
States are locked in a zero-sum budget game when it comes to breakthrough medical treatments. Subscription drug pricing can help.
Why putting prices in EHRs will help doctors keep costs in check
Including prescription-drug prices in electronic health records would improve transparency while simultaneously strengthening the patient-doctor bond.
Access to prescription drugs: How the doctor’s role is changing
The landscape for prescription medications continues to evolve. This is what physicians should know about the changes and strategies to improve access.
These are 2019’s most influential clinical executives
A leading health care trade publication has released its list of top 50 clinical executives. Twenty-one share a common trait: AMA membership.
New AMA president: Time for physicians to create history together
In ascending to one of medicine’s highest offices, new AMA president Patrice A. Harris, MD, MA, has completed an unlikely journey.
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