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STATE POLLS ON COVERAGE OF PHYSICIANS UNDER OLD AGE AND SURVIVORS INSURANCE
The following statement, which was prepared by Frank G. Dickinson, Ph.D., Director, Bureau of Medical Economic Research, American Medical Association, summarizes the attitudes of thousands of members of our state medical associations on questions relating to the coverage of physicians under the Old Age and Survivors Insurance provisions of the Social Security Act. A brief synopsis of this summary was presented to the House of Delegates at the 1956 Annual Meeting in Chicago. This memorandum to the Secretary, George F. Lull, M.D., sets forth the information in greater detail.—Ed.In addition to the short summary (appended hereto ) prepared for you and the Board of Trustees for the meeting of the House of Delegates in Chicago, June 11-15, 1956, you suggested that I prepare (mimeograph) a rather full summary of the questions used by the state associations
ORGANIZATION SECTION. JAMA. 1956;161(12):1162–1165. doi:10.1001/jama.1956.02970120044013
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