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AMA

(Automatic Message Accounting) The recording and reporting of telephone calls within a telephone system. It includes the calling and called parties and start and stop times of the call. When performed in a tandem switch, it is known as "Central Automatic Message Accounting" (CAMA). When done in an end office switch, where most billing is handled today, it is known as "Local Automatic Message Accounting" (LAMA). Also known as "Call Detail Reporting" (CDR).
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Our new logo elegantly reflects our forward-thinking orientation that sits at the critical nexus of best and next practices," said Mike Matamala, VP of Earned and Social Media "While the brand identity, tagline and logo have changed to better distinguish the AMA on a global, national, and local level, it is only the tip of the iceberg of transformation here at the AMA.
The AMA has more than 70 professional chapters and over 350 collegiate chapters throughout North America and select international locations.
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Research is needed to fully evaluate the clinical risks and benefits of organ transplantation between HIV-infected individuals," said AMA Board Member Ardis Hoven, MD.
AMA officials were skeptical about drawing broad conclusions about a non-representative survey with a low response rate, but they didn't completely discount the fact that there is discontent among physician ranks.
The wide ranging resolution affirmed support for the AMA to continue to work with Congress on health reform and to communicate that progress to members.
AMA Management Update, the monthly member e-newsletter of practical management tips and timely information.
This is not an apology of convenience, he said, but a signal of a change in the mind-set of the AMA leadership.
Davis, immediate past president of the AMA, said that there are now a number of policies that explicitly prohibit discrimination in membership and that support funding for "pipeline" programs to engage minority individuals to enter medical school (JAMA 2008;300:323-325).
Bell said that although he is hopeful that the AMA will take some meaningful action to reduce health disparities, he is unimpressed by the apology alone.
The AMA was once the unchallenged spokesman of professional medicine in Washington.
Your PIMA membership also includes AMA associate member benefits.