The ACA repeal debate is providing plenty of drama, but no solutions on reducing costs, stabilizing insurance markets or increasing coverage.
Recent changes do not address core flaws that would lead to millions of Americans losing health insurance coverage.
Latest proposal doesn't ameliorate physicians' apprehensions about deep cuts to Medicaid and subsidies for those with low or moderate incomes.
Physicians should view obesity as they do diabetes, with a heavy focus on prevention and a nonjudgmental attitude that engages patients.
Physicians support the idea to lower consumption of sugary drinks and help fund anti-obesity health programs.
While the Senate health care bill is dominating health care news, CMS has released an important proposal that will affect physicians next year and beyond.