A Health Policy Analyst and Emergency Medicine PA's various diatribes on medicine, physician assistant issues, health policy, and politics.
No surprise that they eventually came around. Shame on them for their prior stance. I guess you can't really be surprised - they are a trade organization representing many of the nation's physicians. It's too bad that they can't see beyond themselves and consider the millions of uninsured and vulnerable.
The AMA is covering it's backside. They want as much power as they can get IF there is a new system. They have opposed everything that had to do with progress in medicine including PAs and NPs. Still do.What is the official PA position on national health care?Dave
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