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On January 7, 2010 ACP President Joseph Stubbs., sent a letter
to congressional leadership working to reconcile differences
between the House-passed "Affordable Health Care for America Act"
and the Senate-passed "Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act."
In the letter, the College urges congressional leaders to include
the strongest possible provisions in the final health reform bill
to help ensure that there will be enough primary care physicians to
take care of the more than 30 million additional Americans who will
soon have affordable coverage, as well as those who already have
coverage. ACP's detailed recommendations can be found here. It is not
too late to let your members of Congress know just how important it
is for the final health reform bill to include meaningful
provisions to recruit and retain primary care physicians. Sign up
for the Key Contact program
and send a message now!
January 2010 Issue of IMpact
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