Physicians in the United States have a unique appreciation of the tremendous
successes and even greater potential of our health care system, yet we also endure
firsthand its woeful deficiencies. In the ongoing debate about how to improve the
current health care structure in the United States, our individual voices have been
all too quiet. No single health care organization, nor its spokesmen, speaks for the
broad range of physicians’ opinions. Rather, doctors must make every
effort, and indeed have an obligation, to speak forcefully as informed participants
in this important process.
Jonathan A. Epstein, Laurence A. Turka, Morris Birnbaum, Gary Koretzky
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