Medicine: Revolt Against Costs

That proud, introspective body, the American Medical Association, frankly calls it "the popular lay revolt against the costs of medical care.'' How to lay that "revolt" is the A. M. A.'s great current problem, as it is the problem of the Committee on the Cost of Medical Care. Last week neither the Committee (after four and one-half years' investigation) nor the A. M. A. had an effective campaign to offer. But a couple of hospitals, to save their heads, did something.

The solution must equate the doctor's...

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