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AMA in the News: June 2021
Read media highlights mentioning the American Medical Association for June 2021.
AMA membership growth a sign that physicians demand change
Dues-paying membership in the AMA has risen 35% over the last decade. Learn why doctors are responding to our efforts to drive medicine’s future.
Highlights from the June 2021 AMA Special Meeting
Catch up with the news and other key moments from the AMA House of Delegates' virtual meeting, which ran June 11¬16.
Top 10 stories from the June 2021 AMA Special Meeting
With more Americans getting vaccinated daily, AMA delegates gathered virtually to shape a post-pandemic future that’s stronger and more equitable.
How to make peer-to-peer prior authorization talks more effective
Peer-to-peer prior authorization reviews are too often a time-consuming barrier to care. AMA delegates take steps to fix that.
AMA adopts new policies to rein in prior authorization burdens
Delayed and disruptive treatment due to unnecessary and bureaucratic prior authorization requirements can have life-or-death consequences for patients.
Susan Bailey, MD, looks back at her AMA presidency
The AMA is leading the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. See daily video updates on how the AMA is fighting COVID-19 by speaking with outgoing AMA president Susan Bailey, MD, as she reflects on her presidency during the pandemic.
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