The American Medical Association inaugurated Dr. Steven Stack as president on June 9, making the 43-year-old emergency physician the youngest leader in the AMA's history. Stack addresses how the AMA would respond if the Obama administration loses the King v. Burwell case pending before the Supreme Court and explains why the AMA says the government should put the brakes on its EHR requirements and the conversion to ICD-10 coding. Modern Healthcare reporter Steven Ross Johnson interviewed Stack, who visited Modern Healthcare's Chicago newsroom during the AMA's 2015 annual meeting.
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