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    Primary care physicians react to AHCA




    From calling it “a step backward” to “complex and confusing,” primary care physicians told Medical Economics they have doubts about GOP healthcare reform plans.

    As the fate of the Affordable Care Act wavers each day in Washington, D.C., primary care physicians think the current plan to repeal the law – the American Health Care Act – may not be the solution.

    Members of Medical Economics’ Editorial Advisory Board and Reader Reactor Panel (a group of more than 250 primary care physicians nationwide) recently voiced their skepticism over a plan that would eliminate many current healthcare provisions while promising to offer new solutions shortly thereafter.

    Here are some of their comments...


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