We’ve rounded up some health IT resources being offered by companies to help healthcare professionals, American citizens and all of those affected in the fight against the coronavirus.
As the new year quickly approaches, the American Medical Association is offering 10 recommendations to help Americans make the most impactful, long-lasting improvements to their health in 2020 and beyond.
The AMA Women Physicians Section and the AMA Foundation announced the winners of the 2019 Joan F. Giambalvo Fund for the Advancement of Women research grants program.
This week’s Friday Five highlights the top news from the The American Medical Association (AMA.) Their mission is “to promote the art and science of medicine and the betterment of public health.”
Cutting edge examples of new mobile health monitoring technology were recognized as the American Medical Association (AMA) announced the top three solutions submitted to AMA Health Care Interoperability and Innovation Challenge sponsored by Google Cloud.
The National League for Nursing and the American Nurses Association respond to Resolution 214 Amendment by the American Medical Association.
A new collaborative initiative founded by the American Medical Association announced it is working to unleash a new era of better, more effective patient care by introducing a data evolution for improving, organizing and sharing health care information.
Four organizations announced they are forming a new, multi-stakeholder collaboration, Xcertia, dedicated to improving the quality, safety, and effectiveness of mobile health apps. The initial supporters of the collaboration include the AHA, the AMA, DHX Group, and HIMSS.
Excellent examples of innovation that can help shape 21st century medicine were recognized as the American Medical Association (AMA) announced three teams of health care entrepreneurs selected to share $50,000 in prizes awarded by the AMA’s Healthier Nation Innovation Challenge.