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Urgent Need to Move Forward on Essential Reforms
American College of Physicians Tells President Obama and
Washington, February 17, 2010 - "The unfortunate truth is that
by many measures, the State of America's health care is in
decline," Joseph W. Stubbs, MD, FACP, president of the American
College of Physicians (ACP), reported today at ACP's annual State
of the Nation's Health Care briefing. "We have too many uninsured,
too few primary care physicians, and the cost of health care is
rising faster than we can afford."
"Health care in the United States is facing an unprecedented
challenge of affordability and sustainability," continued Dr.
Stubbs. "Yet a highly-partisan and polarized debate over health
care reform legislation regrettably has taken the country's 'eye
off the ball'-from the urgency of implementing reforms."
In its report issued today, ACP detailed the dire consequences
the country would face if Congress and the President failed to
enact comprehensive health care reform.
"For decades, we have seen Washington politicians decide that
health care reform is too hard, and we may be on the brink of
seeing this happen once again," observed Bob Doherty, ACP's Senior
Vice President of Governmental Affairs and Public Policy. "But this
time, we know what the consequences will be. Affordable health care
will be out of reach for many middle class families. One out of
five of us will be uninsured. We won't be able to find a primary
care doctor. And increased Medicare and Medicaid spending will
create an unprecedented fiscal and budget crisis."
As a path for moving forward on health care reform ACP
"The alternative to moving forward on comprehensive health
reform is an unconscionable abdication of responsibility by our
elected leaders to ensure that high quality health care remains
available and affordable for American families today, tomorrow and
for years to come," concluded Dr. Stubbs.
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