What doctors wish employers knew about COVID-19 vaccine mandates
Effectively implementing COVID-19 vaccine mandates can be a puzzle for employers. Two physicians clear up the confusion.
Advancing public health
The AMA leads the charge on public health. Our members are the frontline of patient care, expanding access to care for underserved patients and developing key prevention strategies.
COVID-19 not the only condition for which many go unvaccinated
Over 75% of adults are missing at least one routinely recommended vaccine. Doctors and others can play a big role in changing that picture.
Leading medical groups urge upholding minors’ right to consent to medical care
In two new briefs, groups urge court to dismiss challenge to D.C. minor consent law.
D.C. law letting teens choose COVID-19 vaccination should stand
AMA joins others to file brief backing 2020 law that allows minors capable of informed consent to make the lifesaving medical decision for themselves.
6 things doctors can do to boost flu vaccination among children
The flu vaccine can help prevent dreaded “twindemic” of influenza, COVID-19 this winter. AMA member Gregory Blaschke, MD, outlines keys to follow.
AMA experts on easing patient concerns about the safety of preventive exams
The AMA is leading the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. See daily video updates on how the AMA is fighting COVID-19 by recognizing the continued sacrifices of health care workers during the pandemic.
March 12, 2020: State Advocacy Update
Maine's vaccination law and Virginia bans conversion therapy in the latest AMA state advocacy update.
New decade, new you: Encourage patients to follow these 10 health tips
Help patients kick the 2020s off to a roaring, healthy start with this timely advice from the AMA.