from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- abbreviation American Medical Association
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In the early Christian church, a large vessel in which wine for the eucharist was mixed before consecration, and kept when consecrated until poured into the smaller vessels for service at the altar or for removal. See
ampulla, 2, and cruet.
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- initialism American Medical Association
- initialism against medical advice
- initialism Alberta Motor Association
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Although the AMA is the 'largest' medical association ', its membership is currently very low, and represents only about one quarter of possible members.
Anyone who thinks the AMA is a left wing organization, ARE YOU KIDDING?
Does that means that the AMA is a pro-socialism organization?
I guess from the GOP's perspective the AMA is also against the American people.
But fertility doctors say that overall, the most formidable enemy of fertility is what they refer to as AMA: advanced maternal age.
The AMA is in favor of it, and who would know better about this stuff than the doctors?
AARP and the AMA is run by liberals that make decisions based on their own beliefs rather than the wishes of the folks it is supposed to represent.
The AMA is not the end all and be all of American Medicine, in fact they have been pretty political over the years, the only worthwhile thing they put out is JAMA which makes for some good reading once you filter the leftist politics out and it is amazing how they filter them in on an article on CPR, just amazing.
The AMA is correct to be concerned about current Medicare reimbursement rates to health service providers, which is why increasing those rates to be on par with private insurance is a component of any credible single payer proposal.