In the organization section in this issue of The Journal appears an analysis of the report of the American Foundation Studies in Government on the subject of medical care. Ten thousand physicians who have been more than twenty years in practice and a number of more recent graduates were asked to present their views. Some 2,200 physicians answered and many wrote additional contributions, so that the compilers of the report considered some 5,000 letters in obtaining their cross section of medical opinion as to the status of medical care. The report is therefore a collection of the views of medical men, compiled under various headings, edited with a view to presenting all points of view as clearly as possible, supplemented with some interpretation and analysis by the editors. The report is worthy of careful and critical study. The American Foundation offers its review of the problems of medical care as
AMERICAN FOUNDATION STUDIES IN GOVERNMENT. JAMA. 1937;108(15):1262–1264. doi:10.1001/jama.1937.02780150036011
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