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Letter also offers recommendations on proposed 'policy
Washington, December 9, 2015 -- The American College of
Physicians (ACP) today sent a
letter to Rep. Hal Rogers, chairman of the House Committee on
Appropriations and Rep. Nita Lowey, ranking member of the House
Committee on Appropriations, urging that any year-end spending
bills (or omnibus spending-bill package) provide necessary and
sufficient funding for vital programs relating to public health,
physician workforce, and research. The letter also offered ACP's
recommendations on several proposed riders that would direct how
funds may be used federal healthcare agencies.
Specifically, the letter:
ACP is the largest physician medical specialty society, and
the second largest physician-membership organization, in the United
States. ACP members include 143,000 internal medical physicians
(internists), related subspecialists, and medical students.
Internal medicine physicians are specialists who apply scientific
knowledge and clinical expertise to the diagnosis, treatment, and
compassionate care of adults across the spectrum from health to
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