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“Convenience trumps great care most of the time…so adapt.” This is the message physicians need to hear from the AMA, rather than telling retail clinics to stay in its lane. | Physicians Practice

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June 16, 2017 |  By Gabriel Perna | Physicians Practice

This is something the AMA should understand and convey to its members. Convenience is king.

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This week, the AMA is holding its annual meeting, announcing its positions and policy on the health issues of the day. For instance, in the past week, it has spoken out against the Medicaid cuts proposed in the American Health Care Act, voted to require pharmaceutical companies to include drug prices in ads, formally opposed discrimination against transgender people, and enacted a resolution that it would be proactive increasing a more diverse physician workforce.

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