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AMA's support of health bill remains intact

As a follow-up to my previous post, the American Medical Association has voted to uphold its support of the health-reform bill that recently passed in the U.S. House of Representatives. As reported by the Health Blog:

[AMA president J. James] Rohack reiterated, however, that the House legislation is “not the perfect bill,” since it doesn’t include a solution to anticipated deep Medicare reimbursement cuts to physicians next year. “We will continue to advocate for changes that help make the system better for patients and physicians as the legislative process continues,” Rohack said in his statement.

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