Most physicians find the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA)—and federal health care reform in general—rather distasteful. Even physicians who support the underlying policies of the ACA often feel that the law is just too complex. The ACA itself was, depending on the compilation referenced, hundreds or thousands of pages long. And the federal regulations that continue to be proposed and finalized and revised are collectively even more abundant. Simply stated, it’s a lot of information.
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