Keckley Report June 10, 2024
Paul Keckley

Friday, the House of Delegates of the American Medical Association began their Annual Meeting in Chicago where payment reforms will headline the meeting and resolutions to strengthen the profession voted on by the 1000 attendees. This meeting falls on the heals of welcome attention from Congress which seems sympathetic to physician pay issues as documented most recently in the Senate Finance Committee’s White Paper on Physician payment reforms.

Medical students who pay $17/year to be members of AMA, will be among attendees.

Perhaps less noticed, Friday also marks an important date in medical education: letters were sent to U.S. medical schools by US News and World Report seeking verification of data they submitted in fall 2023- early 2024 pursuant to...

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