Tens of millions could lose coverage, and a shortsighted Medicaid funding formula would threaten care for our society's most vulnerable patients.
While the Senate health care bill is dominating health care news, CMS has released an important proposal that will affect physicians next year and beyond.
The most effective way to fight proposed cutbacks in health care coverage may be to tell the stories of patients affected by them.
Taking action on rising drug costs, the AMA House of Delegates calls for transparency, allowing CMS to negotiate prices and including prices in ads.
Use of state prescription drug monitoring programs has grown significantly, but gaps remain—including a lack of data from VA pharmacies.
Delegates also take actions to address the rising incidence of myopia, lead poisoning and ocular burns from liquid laundry packets.