Doctors’ Group Urges GOP Lawmakers To Proceed With Caution On Repeal Strategy
The American Medical Association, the nation's largest professional organization for physicians, wrote a letter to congressional leaders asking them to provide clear details about how their replacement plan would ensure that people do not lose their health insurance once Obamacare is repealed.
AMA To Congress: Don't Repeal Obamacare Without A New Plan
The head of the nation’s largest professional association of doctors is urging Republicans to think twice about dismantling Obamacare without a replacement plan. In an open letter to Congress, Dr. James L. Madara, the CEO of the American Medical Association, urged lawmakers to “lay out for the American people, in reasonable detail, what will replace current policies” on health coverage. (Blau, 1/3)
Doctors Group Warns Against Loss Of Coverage From ObamaCare Repeal
The country’s leading doctors group is urging Republicans to take steps to ensure that people do not lose their health insurance once ObamaCare is repealed. The American Medical Association (AMA), wrote a letter to congressional leaders on Tuesday calling for the gains in coverage from ObamaCare, which has expanded insurance to 20 million people, to be preserved. (Sullivan, 1/3)