A pair of health care economists conclude that the AMA-RUC is not overly biased against primary care specialties in its Medicare payment recommendations.
A pathway is being developed to encourage the use of digital health tools that will be needed as the nation gets older and its pool of caregivers shrinks.
The U.S. spends hundreds of billions annually on long-term care. The AMA proposes a number of steps to ease the financial burden.
Innovative model to address gaps in care for seriously ill patients and support sustainable interdisciplinary palliative care gets closer to CMS approval.
Medicare’s payment incentive program can be confusing, and what you learned in 2017 may not be transferable in 2018. The AMA’s president clears the air.