Partner confusion?: AMA says ifs not part of new AHA doc effort

Burda, David
July 2011
Modern Healthcare;7/25/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 30, p10
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The article discusses the American Hospital Association's (AHA) launch of the Physician Leadership Forum to represent physicians' interests in the U.S. The new organization will focus on several issues including education and leadership, patient safety and physician advocacy. However, while AHA listed the American Medical Association (AMA) as one of its external partners, AMA says it is not part of the new organization.


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