Health Access America -- Strengthening the US Health Care System
Todd, James S.
Seekins, Steven V.
Krichbaum, John A.
Harvey, Lynn K.
JAMA. 1991 May 15; 265(19): 2503-2506.
Although Americans remain generally satisfied with the health care provided to them, sufficient access to high-quality, affordable health care for citizens without health care insurance has become an increasing problem in the last decade. Using the policy development process of the American Medical Association, Health Access America was conceived by the Association to improve access to affordable, high-quality health care. The proposal consists of six fundamental principles and 16 key points. This article specifically focuses on the five points that, if enacted into law, would improve access to health care for Americans who are, for various reasons, without health insurance.
American Medical Association
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