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September 13, 2010

Colorado Medical Professionals Discuss New Law

About half of Colorado’s doctors think the new federal health reform law – the Affordable Care Act – will make health care worse, not better. Only about a third say the law will improve health care, and the rest call it a mixed bag or aren’t sure. That’s according to a recent survey of the state’s largest physicians organization, the 7,300-member Colorado Medical Society. The Society met recently in Vail, and the Affordable Care Act was its central focus. KCFR Health Reporter Eric Whitney has more.

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