The doctors vs. the nurses

December 1993
U.S. News & World Report;12/20/93, Vol. 115 Issue 24, p12
Reports that the American Medical Association (AMA), representing 300,000 physicians, presented a 30-page report condemning demands by nurses for greater professional responsibility--demands buoyed by President Bill Clinton's proposed health-care reform. What Clinton's plan would do; Intended advantage of cheaper, more accessible health care; AMA arguments; Comments by Donna Rae Richardson of the American Nurses Association.


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