A voluntary association of physicians in the United States which sets standards for the medical profession and advocates on behalf of physicians and patients. [Description from dmoz]
The AMA knows whether there's a doctor in the house. The American Medical Association (AMA) prescribes the standards for the medical profession. The membership organization's activities include advocacy for physicians, promoting ethics standards in the medical community, and improving health care education. Policies are set by the AMA's House of Delegates, which is made up mainly of elected representatives. The AMA also publishes books and products for physicians, is a partner in the Medem online physician network, sells medical malpractice insurance, and helps doctors fight legal claims. The organization was founded in 1847 to establish a code of medical ethics. The AMA has about 240,000 members. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 137K U.S. monthly people.
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