The AMA has created a short survey to learn which rules and regulations are most burdensome to physicians. Survey results will be used to develop a list of rules and regulations that increase physicians’ administrative costs and paperwork, or interfere with patient care, without a significant benefit to patients and/or the government. The idea for the survey emerged from President Obama’s January 18 Executive Order, calling on government agencies to improve the balance between projected costs and benefits of federal regulations. This is an opportunity for physicians to provide feedback on which regulations pose the greatest burden to their practices.
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