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News from the AMA Meeting


The American Medical Association is holding their annual meeting. Click on the links below for more information:

David O. Barbe, M.D., Inaugurated as 172nd President of AMA

AMA Adopts Policy Aimed to Bolster Transparency of Prescription Costs

AMA Announces Board of Trustees for 2017-2018

AMA Adopts New Policy to Reduce Consumption of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages in U.S.

AMA Adopts New Policies on Last Day of Voting at 2017 Annual Meeting

Responding to Physician Burnout, AMA Adopts Policy to Improve Physician and Medical Student Access to Mental Health Care

AMA Adopts New Policy to Ensure Physicians and Medical Students are Trained to Prevent, Manage Obesity

AMA Continues Efforts to Expand Funding for Graduate Medical Education to Address Physician Shortages

AMA Adopts New Policies on Second Day of Voting at 2017 Annual Meeting

AMA Adopts New Policies Related to Veterans, Access to Prescriptions on Second Day of Voting at 2017 Annual Meeting


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