Tag Archives: American Medical Association

HHS Requests Feedback On ACA Regulations; Evidence On Effect Of CSR Payment Uncertainty Continues To Mount (Updated)

On June 8, CMS posted an RFI titled “Reducing Regulatory Burdens Imposed by [the ACA] & Improving Healthcare Choices to Empower Patients.” Meanwhile, stakeholders cite uncertainty over cost-sharing reduction factors as the biggest factor destabilizing the individual insurance market.

June 9, 2017

Physician Burnout Is A Public Health Crisis: A Message To Our Fellow Health Care CEOs

Burnout among physicians is becoming a national health crisis. Leadership is needed to address the root causes of this problem and reposition the health care workforce for the future. The authors of this paper---the CEOs of our respective institutions---are committing to do just that.

March 28, 2017

Medicare, Fair Pay, And The AMA: The Forgotten History

Perhaps the most well-known part of the 1965 Medicare creation tale is the opposition by the American Medical Association (AMA) to “socialized medicine.” The forgotten story of professionalism’s failure to contain physician greed provides an important policy perspective.

September 10, 2015