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American College of Physicians members recognized as trusted
sources of information for getting coverage through health
September 9, 2013
(Washington) - A resource center
featuring a series of documents to address questions about the
changes in healthcare coverage by new marketplaces that will be
available in each state starting Oct. 1 was unveiled today by the
American College of Physicians (ACP). ACP's resource center, "Help
Your Patients Enroll in Health Insurance Marketplaces," is deemed
critical because recent public opinion polls show that doctors are
especially trusted sources of information for the implementation of
the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
"This is another action ACP has taken to remain the trusted
source for internists and their patients on the changes in
healthcare," Molly Cooke, MD, FACP, president of ACP, told her
organization's 137,000 members. "Although ACP members have a broad
range of opinions about the ACA, each of us must be prepared to
help our patients understand and enroll in the available coverage
options and premium subsidies created by the ACA, no matter where
we may personally stand on the law itself."
The resource center highlights general information available to
internists and their patients, and answers to
frequently-asked-questions about insurance enrollment. In addition,
ACP has assembled state-specific resources for internists and
patients including patient enrollment guides that explain to
patients how they can get help in signing up for coverage through
their state's marketplace.
"I especially urge internists to reach out to their uninsured
patients and offer their help in getting health insurance through
the state marketplaces, or Medicaid if available to them in their
states, using the resources available from ACP," Dr. Cooke
emphasized. "Studies by the Institute of Medicine and others show
that being without health insurance is associated with preventable
mortality and unnecessary suffering, so helping uninsured patient
take advantage of the new coverage options can literally be a
matter of life and death for some patients."
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physician group in the United States. ACP members include 137,000
internal medicine 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
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