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The AMA's Answer to Covering the Uninsured

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    Covering the nation's uninsured took on unprecedented meaning in the 2008 presidential election, but it wasn't just the likes of Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain who talked about plans to expand health benefits. The American Medical Asociation, too, has a plan and is spending an unprecedented amount of money, time and attention toward a campaign to cover the uninsured. Dr. Ronald Davis, President of the AMA, tells the Chicago Tribune's Bruce Japsen about the AMA's uninsured campaign and its plan to solve one of the nation's top issues.

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    Covering the nation's uninsured took on unprecedented meaning in the 2008 presidential election, but it wasn't just the likes of Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain who talked about plans to expand health benefits. The American Medical Asociation, too, has a plan and is spending an unprecedented amount of money, time and attention toward a campaign to cover the uninsured. Dr. Ronald Davis, President of the AMA, tells the Chicago Tribune's Bruce Japsen about the AMA's uninsured campaign and its plan to solve one of the nation's top issues.

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Schedule13 Jun 2024