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Nielsen, M.D., from today’s news meeting in Washington, D.C.’ ‘Almost 90 % of individuals age group 50 and over inform AARP they are concerned that the current Medicare physician payment formula threatens their access to care,’ said AARP’s Executive Vice President Nancy LeaMond, from an event in Washington, D.C., MOAA Deputy Director of Federal government Relations for Health Affairs, from a meeting in Norfolk, VA. ‘The very last thing troops in combat should have to get worried about can be whether their unwell spouse or child can find a doctor to take care of them.’ Related StoriesTissue Regenix strengthens position in post-acute wound care market with Medicare protection for DermapureYale researchers find improvements in mortality, hospitalizations and outcomes among Medicare patientsASTRO worried about proposed Medicare physician payment cuts to radiation therapyThe AMA and AARP delivered a letter to Congress today and so are currently airing Television ads that call for the Senate to take similar action to the home and move legislation that repeals the existing Medicare physician payment formulation and replaces it with one that better reflects increasing medical practice costs.’ ‘We already are seeing patient access warm spots right now,’ said AMA Table Member Ardis Hoven, M.D., from an event in Madison, WI.‘Today’s reports show the remarkable effect of wellness reform on the strength of our nation: because of reform, Medicare’s benefits were expanded and its fiscal health made more sound. Related StoriesCost of radiation therapy varies widely among Medicare patients with cancerNew across-the-board Medicare cuts may place many sufferers and suppliers at riskTissue Regenix strengthens position in post-acute wound care market with Medicare protection for Dermapure’Health reform in addition has helped shore up Sociable Security, reducing its actuarial deficit. Just days before the 75th anniversary of the creation of Public Security, the Trustees concur that this solemn promise to America’s seniors continues to be strong and fundamentally sound.