AMA in the News
AMA in the News: January 2021
Read media highlights mentioning the American Medical Association for January 2021.
Mira Irons, MD, looks at vaccine supply issues and current surge in cases
The AMA is leading the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. See daily video updates on how the AMA is fighting COVID-19 by discussing vaccine supply issues and what's driving the current surge.
Jan. 15, 2021: State Advocacy Update
Now on demand: National roadmap on state-level efforts to end the nation's drug overdose epidemic in the latest State Advocacy Update.
Jan. 8, 2021: State Advocacy Update
Coverage for all forms of MOUD now required by Medicaid and more in the latest State Advocacy Update.
Georgia public-private partners seek statewide SUD treatment network
Having local evidence-based treatment for substance-use disorder throughout the state of Georgia is a goal of Emory-Hazelden Betty Ford partnership.
Policy road map shows the way to end the overdose epidemic
It’s been clear for years that, to end the drug overdose epidemic, health insurance company and pharmacy benefit managers’ barriers to evidence-based treatment and non-opioid pain management must be eliminated.
Medicare & Medicaid
Final 2021 Medicare pay schedule: What physicians need to know
Changes to E/M will ease documentation burdens, but final rule also includes painful pay cuts that Congress must act to avert. Learn more with the AMA.
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