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AMA: Health care debate ‘by no means over’

July 18, 2017

While a series of announcements by Senate Republicans seem to indicate that for the time being attempts both to replace and repeal the ACA have stalled, AMA president David O. Barbe, MD, warned the battle to protect health care for Americans continues.

“The health reform debate is by no means over. Congress must begin a collaborative process that produces a bipartisan approach to improve health care in our country,” he said in a statement.

AAFP, ACP, AMA, ACOG demand ‘do over’ in health care bill

July 14, 2017
Leaders of several medical societies, upon hearing the latest version of the Better Care Reconciliation Act, said lawmakers need to go back to the drawing board on…
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Care of Kona Ironman World Championship triathlon athletes requires preparation

Orthopedics Today, July 2017
Although far from being an endurance athlete, I have had the distinct pleasure of being a volunteer physician for the past few years at the Ironman World Championship, a…
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Medical costs increase, but number of patients treated and services rendered remained stable

July 10, 2017
Total medical expenditures increased markedly between 1996-1997 and 2011-2012, but the number of individuals with visits during an average month and the total…
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An Exploratory Study on Concussion-Reporting Behaviors From Collegiate Student Athletes' Perspectives

Athletic Training and Sports Health Care, March/April 2017, Volume 9 Issue 2
To evaluate the concussion-reporting behaviors of collegiate football student athletes and gain insight into reasons…
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