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Failed "Super Committee" process must not lead to failed policies, Says American College of Physicians
Virginia L. Hood, MBBS, MPH, FACP
President, American College of Physicians
November 21, 2011
(Washington) The inability of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to reach agreement on a bipartisan deficit reduction plan will put patient access to health care in grave peril, reports the American College of Physicians (ACP). Left in the wreckage of the "Super Committee" process are plans to automatically impose unprecedented cuts in health care programs-cuts that will within weeks endanger Medicare beneficiaries' and military families' access to care, and later, cause unsustainable cuts to many other critical programs to reduce disease, protect public health and safety, and ensure that patients have access to doctors:
Given the unacceptable consequences of allowing such cuts to be imposed by automatic pilot, ACP calls on Congress to make a course correction:
The failure of the "Super Committee" process need not result in failed policies that will cause incalculable harm to patients. Congress and the administration have an opportunity to change course now, prevent the January 1 SGR cut, stabilize physician payments and support the transition to new physician payment models, and reform federal health care programs in a fiscally and socially responsible way while ensuring continued funding for critical health care programs.
The American College of Physicians (www.acponline.org) is the largest medical specialty organization and the second-largest physician group in the United States. ACP members include 132,000 internal medicine physicians (internists), related subspecialists, and medical students. Internists specialize in the prevention, detection, and treatment of illness in adults. Follow ACP on Twitter (Twitter) and Facebook.
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