American Medical Association

A Tale of Two Letters (Part 2 of 2): AMA Challenges CMS on Federal HIE Standards

April 4, 2013

Editor’s Note: In the second half of March, the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services received two letters from influential voices in healthcare directly challenging recently proposed or enacted measures. The first challenge from the American Hospital Association regarding a new patient-experience survey was discussed in our last post. The second challenge from the American […]

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AMA Outlines Physician Responsibilities for Discharged Patients

February 11, 2013

How to practice patient safety following their release from the hospital is an ongoing concern for physicians. In seeking to further clarify the issue, the American Medical Association Center for Patient Safety issued a report containing five areas of responsibility that it believes physicians should incorporate into their patient care. John Commins at HealthLeaders Media […]

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Florida AMA chapter threatens civil war

September 10, 2010

For those of us who have watched the American Medical Association over decades, it’s well known that the group is, well, unfraid of internal debate. In fact, gossip has it that the AMA-affiliated social media site Sermo is so roiled by debate — and dominated by the hotter-tempered conservatives in the room — that it’s […]

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