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June 28, 2012
Dan Rene of Levick Strategic Communications
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PHYSICIANS OFFER PERSPECTIVE ON SCOTUS DECISION
Docs4PatientCare Offers Prescription for Healthcare Reform[Washington, DC] [June 28, 2012] – Dr. Hal Scherz, the Founder and President of Docs4PatientCare, an organization of concerned physicians committed to the establishment of a health care system that preserves the sanctity of the doctor-patient relationship issued the following statement in response to the ruling by the Supreme Court on the controversial health care legislation:
The physicians at Docs4PatientCare recently presented a Prescription for Health Care Reform that addresses the root causes of the problems that have developed in our health care system over the last 50 years. These reforms relieve the federal government of its role as a health insurance provider, prevent the intrusion of the government in the health care free market, and place patients in control of their own health care decisions. The reform plan from Docs4PatientCare may be found here - http://docs4patientcare.org/prescription.
Docs4PatientCare is an organization of concerned physicians committed to the establishment of a health care system that preserves the sanctity of the doctor-patient relationship, promotes quality of care, supports affordable access to all Americans, and protects patients' personal health care decisions. Docs4PatientCare urges physicians and patients to get involved in order to preserve the good qualities of our healthcare system, address the problems, while preventing its bureaucratic destruction.