https://acpinternist.org/archives/2015/09/centennial.htm. Controversies about health care policy and pharma advertisements divided College leadership. ... College leaders were building a policy on access to health care during the same time.
They also approved a position paper on health care reform, and supported further study of key issues including hospital-acquired infections. ... Health care reform. The Regents approved a position paper that analyzes and compares health care systems in
Leading congressional Democrats are committed to comprehensive health care reform (with some influential Republicans likely to join them). ... There are many reasons why President-elect Obama and Congress could still fail to reform health care.
And politicians cannot confront the fundamental issue that Americans can't have all the health care they want. ... Even if meaningful health care reform becomes law this year at press time the outcome was still in question the problem of rising costs
President Obama scored some early victories in achieving some of his “down payment” on health care reform. ... Despite the back-and-forth on the stimulus bill, President Obama has already scored victories in his initial efforts to reform health care.
Success or failure for health care reform isn't the end of the journey, but another milestone. ... everyone. The continuous and changing nature of health care reform is a good thing.
https://acpinternist.org/archives/2008/10/president.htm. Finding treatment for a broken leg while overseas offers a first-hand look at health care reform in America. ... The anticipated debate over U.S. health care reform has occupied this column over
health care payment system have vaulted the College to a key role in all major discussions regarding health care reform. ... His proposed $678 billion health care reform reserve fund leaves little doubt of his commitment.
Health care reform is mostly about creating access through affordable health insurance. ... And health care reform is also about controlling costs, because unlimited access with no financial barriers would be more than the country can afford.
https://acpinternist.org/archives/2012/07/washington.htm. ACP's health care positions can't be neatly labeled as coming from one political perspective or another. ... costs. The choices won't be as simple as keeping government out of health care on one