California health officials reported that 111 terminally ill people took drugs to end their lives in the first six months after the law went into effect June 9, 2016, making the option legal in the nation's most populous state.
Two doctors from Beaumont Health are teaming up to host a podcast to offer healthcare information.
Michael Jackson's music video dance moves are as iconic as they are impressive. One particularly famous move has apparently long fascinated three neurosurgeons in Chandigarh, India—Jackson's mind-boggling 45-degree lean in the "Smooth Criminal" video.
The nature of work across almost every industry is being disrupted by rapidly evolving digital technology – driving increased automation, affecting the proximity of where work is performed, and giving rise to new and open talent models. According to a recent study, approximately 47% of jobs...
The American Medical Association's House of Delegates elected Dr. Patrice Harris to become its next president in 2019, becoming the first black woman to lead the organization in its 171-year history.
The American Medical Association voted Tuesday in favor of supporting a ban on all assault-style weapons as part of a sweeping agenda focused on addressing gun violence.
The American Medical Association's governing body seems to be rethinking the group's stance on physician-assisted suicide.
The White House urged HHS to hold off on finalizing a rule outlining when providers can refuse care because of conflicts with their religious or moral beliefs, saying the agency has not done enough to estimate the industry impact.
Thousands of physicians have descended on Chicago for the American Medical Association's annual meeting. Medicaid and drug prices are also hot topics for this week.
Accountable care organizations are failing to meet their promise to save Medicare money, and regulations governing the model need to change, according to senior White House officials.
AMGA board members asked lawmakers to overturn or scale back a CMS policy that allows thousands of physician practices to opt out of MACRA.
Health insurers have been buying physician practices for decades. The Affordable Care Act was expected to prompt a surge of such purchases. While that never fully materialized, some pretty significant deals emerged.