As the healthcare crisis in the United States gets worse, the American Medical Association (AMA) has taken a tough stand.
In a letter published this week, the AMA said it is going to stop accepting new case and outpatient referrals for western medicine diagnoses.
“The AMA has no choice but to withdraw its support for the use of case Western medicine in the US,” the letter reads.
“This means we are not accepting new cases for our annual conference, nor are we accepting any new outpatient referrals.”
The AMA said that while it was “very grateful for the AMA’s support of Western medicine, we will not accept case Western medical referrals.”
According to the AMA, the move comes at a time when the healthcare system is facing an unprecedented shortage of healthcare professionals.
In the past few years, the US has been hit by a major outbreak of COVID-19, which has left nearly half a million people sick.
In addition to its health care crisis, the country has also been hit with a number of economic pressures, including a $1 trillion budget deficit.
As a result, healthcare is becoming increasingly difficult for patients.
The AMA has been warning for years that the cost of treating healthcare patients could become too high and that patients would have to seek private health care.
According to one study published in March, US healthcare costs are set to exceed $1,000 for each adult by 2030.
The letter by the AMA comes as the US Congress is considering legislation that would allow physicians to charge patients up to five times more for healthcare than they do now.
As we reported in March when it was announced that the House of Representatives would vote on a healthcare bill, the bill would require doctors to pay the patients they treat in full, including out-of-pocket costs.
The House is currently debating legislation that could provide access to the Affordable Care Act, which is estimated to cost an estimated $20 billion over the next decade.
It has been called the “Medicare for All” bill.
“We have to address this,” Rep. John Lewis, D-Georgia, told CNN’s Alisyn Camerota last week.
Medicaid, Medicare, we are going to have to get it together to actually pay for these people’s healthcare.”