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In Case You Missed It: Emergency room doctors oppose dialysis ballot measure in California

May 7, 2018

California Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians says measure would “increase (dialysis patient) risk for life-threatening complications” SACRAMENTO – The California Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) announced its opposition to the deeply-flawed dialysis proposition aimed for the November 2018 ballot. California ACEP joins the coalition of more than 65

In Case You Missed It: California Medical Association opposes the dangerous dialysis proposition

April 26, 2018

CMA, representing 43,000 California physicians, says the proposition “puts patients’ lives at risk”. SACRAMENTO – The California Medical Association (CMA), representing more than 43,000 physicians, formally announced its opposition to the deeply-flawed dialysis proposition aimed for the November 2018 ballot. CMA joins more than 60 other organizations representing patient advocates, doctors, nurses, dialysis clinics, veterans

California Physicians Oppose Proposed Ballot Measure to Cap Dialysis Cost

April 26, 2018 | Los Angeles Business Journal | by Dana Bartholomew

A state physician’s group has come out against a proposed ballot measure that would limit the cost of kidney dialysis, saying it would put patients’ lives at risk. The California Medical Association said that by setting reimbursement rates too low to cover costs, the measure would force many community clinics to cut-back care or close.