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Nielsen, M.D., from today’s news conference in Washington, D.C.’ ‘Nearly 90 % of people age 50 and over inform AARP they are concerned that the current Medicare physician payment formula threatens their usage of care,’ stated AARP’s Executive Vice President Nancy LeaMond, from a meeting in Washington, D.C., MOAA Deputy Director of Government Relations for Wellness Affairs, from an event in Norfolk, VA. ‘The last thing troops in combat must have to get worried about is usually whether their sick spouse or child will get a doctor to take care of them.’ Related StoriesTissue Regenix strengthens placement in post-acute wound care market with Medicare insurance coverage for DermapureYale researchers find improvements in mortality, hospitalizations and outcomes among Medicare patientsASTRO worried about proposed Medicare doctor payment cuts to radiation therapyThe AMA and AARP delivered a letter to Congress today and so are currently airing Television ads that demand the Senate to take similar action to the House and move legislation that repeals the existing Medicare physician payment formulation and replaces it with one which better reflects raising medical practice costs.’ ‘We already are seeing patient access popular spots now,’ said AMA Panel Member Ardis Hoven, M.D., from an event in Madison, WI.But the results of the survey appearing in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences show that even individuals who were capable to enroll in health insurance programs might not have had the basic understanding with which to make good decisions. In a representative snapshot of People in america nationally, the experts found low health insurance literacy overall shockingly, and particularly among younger and low-income Americans. Forty-two % of People in america were unable to spell it out a deductible in late August and September 2013 when the survey was conducted, just weeks before exchanges opened up to the public, including 68 % of uninsured people.