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Council on Medical Service and Public Relations
EIGHTEEN MORE VOLUNTARY MEDICAL CARE PLANS GET COUNCIL APPROVAL
Eighteen additional voluntary prepayment medical care plans, sponsored by state and county medical organizations, have been granted the seal of acceptance by the Council on Medical Service of the American Medical Association, bringing to twenty-seven the number approved so far. This approval gives the eighteen plans, as well as the nine previously approved, the right to use the American Medical Association blue shield emblem on all official papers and on any promotional literature or display material.More than eighty voluntary plans sponsored by medical organizations are now operating and Dr. E. J. McCormick, Toledo, Ohio, chairman of the Council, said that applications for approval had been received from many of them and would be acted on soon.The eighteen plans approved at a
ORGANIZATION SECTION. JAMA. 1946;132(6):335. doi:10.1001/jama.1946.02870410023012
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