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Modern Healthcare Survey: Continued Anger over Obamacare

In an internet survey conducted after the presidential election, Modern Healthcare found that there remains “a deep vein of anger over the effects of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.”

Of the 829 people who responded to the survey, 67% said the reform law would have a negative impact on the bottom lines of their healthcare business. Only 33% said the law would have a positive impact.

Respondents listed the following issues as important ones that need to be addressed by Congress and the President:

  • Medicare sustainable growth-rate payment formula
  • Improving overall clarity around the schedule for implementing the law’s various goals
  • Need for more primary care physicians to manage the added population of patients

 

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