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(KSL News) -- Some of the nation's most prominent physicians are rallying support for a single payer health insurance plan.
The group called Physicians For A National Health Program says their strategy would save enough money to provide all Americans with medical coverage.
They say by eliminating unnecessary paperwork and adopting cost-cutting measures, like bulk purchasing of medications, the US can provide more health care coverage for less money.
The organization's plan is published in this week's Journal of the American Medical Association.