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e-Reports, October 25, 2010
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Vote for your health

Midterm elections are just days away, but it’s not too late to educate your patients about the possible impact voters will have on health reform and Medicare.

With direction from the House of Delegates, the ISMA has launched a “Vote for Your Health” campaign. Information includes candidate background and fact sheets explaining how the Affordable Care Act and the Medicare physician pay cuts will affect patients.

“No matter what your opinion is about health care reform, you should vote,” said Brent Mohr, M.D., president of the ISMA.

Download the materials to display in your office or to provide to patients on the ISMA website.

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