The newest version of the House’s plan to replace the Affordable Care Act would make coverage unaffordable for millions more Americans.
The current version of the American Health Care Act could take away health insurance coverage from millions. The AMA cannot support it.
Speaking to physicians in Washington, D.C., AMA President Andrew W. Gurman expressed the role of physicians in the thick of the national health reform debate.
Federal judges block both insurer megamergers capping 18 months of physician efforts that paid off.
The AMA has forcefully advocated universal coverage for a decade, and we should not lose the gains made in expanding the health insurance rolls.