AMA Declares Payment Reform an ‘Urgent’ Priority

Delegates to hold leaders accountable for progress

During focused committee discussions, some delegates pushed back on the American Medical Association’s (AMA) plan to improve physician pay, arguing that the association’s current efforts are not enough.

Speaking to a packed room at the AMA House of Delegates Meeting, Virginia Hall, MD, a delegate for the Senior Physicians Section, called on the AMA to advocate more strongly for “fair reimbursement” under Medicare.

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