Editor's note: This article was also recently published on BigGovernment.com.
Sally Pipes, president of the Pacific Research Institute, has written an important article in Forbes analyzing new survey results that demonstrate that 87% of medical physicians in the United States no longer view the American Medical Assn. as representing their views and interests.
"Much of that dissatisfaction stems from the organization's support for President Obama's contentious health care reform package," Pipes states.
The survey, conducted by physician recruitment firm Jackson & Coker, discovered that more than three times as many doctors believed that the quality of American health care would "deteriorate" rather than "improve" under ObamaCare; and 9 of 10 physicians think ObamaCare will have a negative impact on their profession.