AMA vs. HMOs

Marshall, Eliot
October 1977
New Republic;10/29/77, Vol. 177 Issue 18, p9
Presents information regarding the opposition of the American Medical Association (AMA) to health maintenance organizations in the U.S. Golden rule of the AMA ethic code; Reasons for the AMA opposition to healthcare; Information on the antitrust lawsuit filed against AMA by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission; Information that despite the AMA's efforts to maintain tradition, the system just doesn't work according to the AMA's ideal.


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