A recent report has found that a majority of organizations from the medical community is in favour of the decision of the U. S. Supreme Court regarding the Affordable Care Act.
It has been found that the court has declared the ACA, passed by the Congress in 2010, as constitutional and has been getting appreciative comments from some of the major national medical organizations.
The American Medical Association's president said that though, it has been involved in providing health coverage to all those in need. The ruling, as per the findings, has opened a way for millions of others who need the same to remain healthy and fit.
However, criticisms are being made by some of the firms, which say that the law would be allowing overlooking the Independent Payment Advisory Board-like provision. But, the implementation of the new legislation with its individual mandate has been largely supported by the Association of American Medical Colleges along with the National Physicians Alliance, the National Physicians Alliance and the American Academy of Pediatrics.
"The ACA contains many features that will protect current and future patients from the inequities in our health care system", said professor of medicine Dr. Gary Lyman from Duke University in Durham, N. C.
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