The AMA details its response to CMS plans for the Quality Payment Program, with a strong focus on cutting red tape and making it easier and simpler for physicians to participate.
AMA wants legislation to limit such marketing. Physicians also call for language-appropriate sex ed for students who lack English proficiency.
The AMA House of Delegates weighs in on gun violence, health care AI, the cost of health insurance, barriers to opioid-use disorder treatment, and more.
The House of Delegates adopted new policy that aims to help increase the number of graduate training positions available to medical school graduates.
In first time addressing the topic of “augmented intelligence,” the AMA lays out road map for health care AI to ensure quality, protect patient rights.
Treating opioid-use disorder as a chronic disease means eliminating stigma and removing barriers to treatment, AMA House of Delegates says.