News in brief - Jan. 5, 2004
AMA vows united voice in battle for tort reform
Physician shortage predicted to spread
HIPAA confidential
AMA seeks federal funding of medical interpreters
News in brief - Jan. 5, 2004
AMA hits laws impeding screening of drunk patients
Advisory panel nixes VA patient self-referral to chiropractors
Care for the belligerent patient debated in AMA open forum
New Jersey obstetrician-gynecologist wins informed consent case
AMA announces new membership strategy
News in brief - Jan. 5, 2004
Advocate for vaccines, but not for candidates
Action taken to reduce claim denial, allow audit equity
Waking up to sleep clinics
Look for signs of price-fixing potholes
Internet users annoyed by explosion of spam spam spam spam
First HealthSouth sentences handed down
A place to report HIPAA problems
Letters to the Editor - Jan. 5, 2004
Count your many blessings and resolve to join the AMA
Color-blind? The value of racial data in medical research
Flu vaccine stampede offers preview of pandemic
News in brief - Jan. 5, 2004
AMA still focused on increased tobacco control