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AMA in the News: September 2020
Read media highlights mentioning the American Medical Association for September 2020.
Physicians to HHS: Here’s how to improve prior authorization
AMA voices support for proposed federal operating rules that boost automation of prior-authorization processes, but adds that there is still more work to be done.
AMA COVID-19 daily video update: Trends and latest news as schools and universities reopen
The AMA is leading the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. See daily video updates on how the AMA is fighting COVID-19 by discussing the latest numbers and trends, including concerns for the number of cases in some states.
What's needed in a physician champion to ditch the stupid stuff
Getting rid of stupid stuff means eliminating the small annoyances that lead to administrative burdens. Here’s how to appoint a high-level champion to lead the initiative.
Publications & Newsletters
Top news stories from AMA Morning Rounds®: Week of Aug. 31, 2020
In the news: Children may carry coronavirus in noses, throats for weeks, major changes made to 2021 CPT code and more.
2021 CPT code set reflects tech innovation, COVID-19 response
The 329 editorial changes included in the AMA 2021 CPT code set highlight the nuances that comprise the ever-evolving “common language of medicine.”
AMA releases 2021 CPT code set
New updates to medicine’s common language reflect burden relief, COVID-19 testing and tech-enabled medical services.
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CPT Code Revision Updates
The AMA’s work on streamlining documentation and reducing note bloat is far from over. Subscribe now to stay in the loop on continued CPT reform.