Fix Medicare Now

Doctors and Medicare recipients are united in the fight to get Congress to Fix Medicare Now. Because of its inaction on a permanent fix for Medicare funding and reimbursement, Congress has forced doctors to limit thenumber of Medicare patients they can see or worse, quit seeing Medicare patients altogether.

Congress alone has the power to solve this problem.Medicare recipients and their doctors cannot wait any longer; Congress, we call on you to Fix Medicare Now. The current system fails the American people andmust be fixed if doctors are to continue seeingMedicare patients and seniors are tocontinue receiving the kind of highquality care they expect and deserve.

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Medical Association of the State of Alabama

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Medical Association of the State of Alabama

My Doctor. My Choice.

Alabama Society of Allergy and Immunology

Alabama State Society of Anesthesiologists

Alabama Orthopedic Society

Alabama Academy of Opthalmology

Alabama Academy of Family Physicians

Alabama Association of OB-GYN

Alabama Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery

Alabama Chapter, American College of Emergency Physicians

Neurosurgical Society of Alabama

Tuscaloosa County Medical Society

Walker County Medical Society

Medical Society of Montgomery County

Medical Society of Mobile County

Jefferson County Medical Society

Madison County Medical Society

Houston County Medical Society
 

Discussion

  • Denise Deliz If Congress continues it's current path all too soon America's elderly & disabled will be completely without medical care. It is a shame that the very people who funded Medicare for years are now being denied needed care. It's time for Congress to stand up for the people who voted to put them in office.

  • Daniel Brensinger It is truly a sad state of affairs when a country as rich and powerful as the United States of America is willing to give billions of dollars to other countries and at the same time refuse to provide proper, adequate medical care to its own elderly and disabled citizens who have supported this country for their entire working lives. As a veteran on disability, one of my daily worries should not be is if my doctor can still afford to see me tomorrow. It is not time to celebrate the "Affordable Care Act"; it is time to fix Medicare NOW.

  • Daniel Thomas Brensinger It is truly a sad state of affairs when a country as rich and powerful as the United States of America is willing to give billions of dollars to other countries and at the same time refuse to provide proper, adequate medical care to its own elderly and disabled citizens who have supported this country for their entire working lives. As a veteran on disability, one of my daily worries should not be is if my doctor can still afford to see me tomorrow. It is not time to celebrate the "Affordable Care Act"; it is time to fix Medicare NOW.

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