Two GIs' Views: What Health-Care Reform Means for GI Practice

November 02, 2010

The legislative changes mandated in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act will affect the entire GI and general medical community — as providers, taxpayers, employers, small business owners and patients. Read two thought-provoking new posts by AGA members in the AGA Washington Insider, a policy blog for GIs. Kimberly L. Beavers, MD, MPH, and Lawrence R. Kosinski, MD, MBA, AGAF, FACG, cover issues such as accountable care organizations, colorectal cancer screening, new tax laws, health insurance for employees and the independent payment advisory board, which have the potential to drastically change how GIs manage their businesses and practice medicine.

Let us know your thoughts on these issues and how these changes may impact your practice by commenting on the blog. Subscribe to the AGA Washington Insider to receive an e-mail whenever the blog is updated by entering your address in the e-mail subscription field on the right side of the blog page. (You will be prompted to create an account with WordPress, which hosts the blog. It is a quick process.)

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