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A statement from ACP President Wayne Riley, MD, MPH, MBA,
President, American College of Physicians (ACP)
July 30, 2015
As we mark the 50th anniversary of the creation of the Medicare
and Medicaid programs, the American College of Physicians would
like to take a moment to reflect on the tremendous good these
programs have done for our country, and to physicians' ability to
provide their patients with high quality, accessible
Looking forward, the United States must commit to continuing to
ensure the continued success of both Medicare and Medicaid. With
baby-boomers becoming Medicare eligible in record numbers, Congress
must continue to ensure that the program is able to fund their care
in a fiscally-responsible way. All states should commit to
expanding Medicaid to all persons with incomes up to 138 percent of
the federal poverty level, as authorized and largely funded by the
ACA, while Congress and the administration need to do their part by
ensuring continued and sustained funding for Medicaid and
facilitating state innovation.
In the above quote Dr. Riley refers to The Commonwealth Fund
report, Medicare at 50 - Origins and Evolution and the
Kaiser Family Foundation report, Medicaid at 50.
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