"Docs4PatientCare.org is a politically neutral grassroots coalition of physicians. Use of any politically partisan terms does not reflect the position of Docs4PatientCare.org. We do encourage our speakers to express how they feel and we post articles based on their informative content only. Any politically partisan language used does not reflect the group as a whole. Specific party or political allegiances and opposition are not our intent. The goal of D4PC is only to advocate for effective and responsible health care reform."
Help Dr. Beth Haynes, Executive Director of the Benjamin Rush Society and D4PC executive Board member, find students interested in starting chapters at their school. There is a time sensitive need t o locate students in the NYC area.
Sally Pipes, writing on Investors Business Daily, has an excellent article about the need to give medical students more information about Obamacare.
Recently on "Meet the Press," Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney raised eyebrows when he promised to keep portions of President Obama's health care law in place if elected. The two candidates will no doubt spar over how they'll deal with health reform in the debates, which kick off this month.
One group that will be anxiously watching is medical students — who have identified themselves as ObamaCare's top cheerleaders. Roughly 80% of medical students support ObamaCare, according to a survey of 1,032 at 10 medical schools across the country published in the science journal PLOS ONE.
Read the entire article here.