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Save Medicare Today
Doctors want to take care of Medicare patients. Congress is forcing doctors to limit the number of Medicare patients we see or to quit taking Medicare patients altogether.
When it comes to health care reform, America's doctors keep telling Congress to “keep what’s good in our health care system and fix only what’s wrong.” Something that is very wrong is the formula Medicare uses to pay physicians. Each year for the past decade, physicians have faced steep payment cuts that make it harder and harder for them to care for their Medicare patients. Congress knows about the problem. They know the faulty formula Medicare uses to pay doctors does not work but they have not fixed the problem. We need your help to convince Congress to fix Medicare now. Please sign the petition and send it to your friends to sign as well.
Please fix Medicare by developing a rational Medicare physician payment system that automatically keeps up with the cost of running a practice and is backed by a fair, stable funding formula.
The government has no business in our private lives, nor should they be changing things for which we contracted many years ago. We paid into Medicare and Social Security and it's not our fault that the government blew the money and now they are wanting to penalize us for something which they did. NO!
We worked all our life and earned our medicare. We also PAID INTO Social Security and Withholding to pay for our medicar. Cut off the dopers, free loaders, people who do not want to work. Do not drop the elderly.
Obamacare is a train wreck. Unless and until that is repaired, the whole thing, do not kill seniors. This is exactly what Medicare is doing and its all part of the plan, please do the right thing and come to an equitable resolution for these docs. They are good people. Thank you.
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