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Among the problems especially considered by the House of Delegates at the meeting of the American Medical Association in Chicago in June, few have aroused more interest or concern than the place of radiology in new forms of hospitalization insurance as well as its place in routine hospital service. The question was brought before the House as a result of three resolutions introduced at the Atlantic City session in 1942. These resolutions were referred to the Board of Trustees for clarification as to existing relations between physicians and hospitals. The supplementary report of the Board of Trustees pointed out that all the questions involved in the same or similar form had previously been considered and acted on by the House of Delegates. Specific citations were made to the previous actions of the House on this subject.
The reports were assigned by the speaker of the House of Delegates to the
PRACTICE OF RADIOLOGY AND HOSPITAL SERVICE PLANS. JAMA. 1943;122(14):948–949. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.02840310040012
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