Leader of AMA visits UF, Gainesville
The new president of the American Medical Association is in Gainesville today and tommorrow, visiting with medical students, as well as business leaders. Doctor Jeremy Lazarus is talking about the nation’s Affordable Care Act, which was upheld by the U.S. supreme court. And he’s also talking about implmentation of the health reform law. In part 1 of a 2-part interview he spoke with Florida’s 89.1,WUFT-FM’s Tom Krynski about the new law, and how the American Medical Association, or AMA, views the health changes:
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