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Letters describe four actions that would 'create bipartisan
legacy of achievement'
January 9, 2015
(Washington) - It is critical that four healthcare issues be
considered in the 114th Congress the American College of Physicians
(ACP) today told Senators Reid and McConnell, Representatives
Boehner and Pelosi, and chairs and ranking members of the Senate
Finance Committee, the House Ways and Means Committee, and the
House Energy and Commerce Committee. The remarks were made in
three-page letters to both the Senate
House from David A. Fleming, MD, MA, MACP, President of
Dr. Fleming noted that disagreements among legislators "need not
stand as impediments to other needed health care reforms that
deserve the support of Republicans and Democrats alike." He said
Dr. Fleming concluded the letter by saying that, "By promptly
taking up the four specific issues described-repealing
the Medicare SGR and modernizing payments, preventing further harm
to under-valued primary care by continuing the Medicare 10 percent
primary care bonus program and restoring Medicaid primary care pay
parity, and providing flexibility and relief from the EHR
meaningful use program and other excessive
regulations, Congress would be able to demonstrate to
the American people that partisan differences over the ACA need not
stand in the way of reaching bipartisan agreement on policies to
improve and support first-line primary care doctors and their
patients, to modernize Medicare payments to all physicians, and to
reduce regulations that stand in the way of good patient care."
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internal medicine physicians (internists), related subspecialists,
and medical students. Internal medicine physicians are specialists
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