What does ACA implementation have in common with that of Medicare Part D? And how does that relate to a potentially self-fulfilling prophesy of doom and gloom? Wouldn’t you like to know? Well, just click over to my JAMA Forum post and find out!
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JAMA Forum: The politics of ACA doom and gloom, a self-fulfilling prophesyJuly 10, 2013 at 12:00 pmAustin Frakt
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