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AMA President Sets Problem-Solving Agenda
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As the AMA debated the formation of a Super PAC to help put more physicians in positions of political power, it’s hard to miss the potential of their new president, who says his three-part agenda will better prepare new physicians, protect the current ranks, and make Americans healthier.

At the annual meeting of the American Medical Association, the House of Delegates inaugurated Steven J. Stack, MD, an emergency medicine physician from Lexington, Ky, as their youngest president in 160 years.