The newest version of the House’s plan to replace the Affordable Care Act would make coverage unaffordable for millions more Americans.
Envisioning Health Reform
The current version of the American Health Care Act could take away health insurance coverage from millions. The AMA cannot support it.
A discussion with experts on what is ahead for health care reform and how medicine will address the needs of patients in an uncertain future.
Access to insurance coverage should be safeguarded for people with preexisting conditions and young adults as part of any plan to remake the U.S. health system.
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.
More than 20 million Americans have gained coverage since 2010. Health reform proposals should not result in these patients losing coverage.