PRESS RELEASE Statement attributed to: Steven J deanol . Stack, MD President, American Medical Association The American Medical Association commends the U.S. Home of Representatives on its vote to repeal the Independent Payment Advisory Table policy. We think that the IPAB policy would reduce usage of care for millions of seniors and applaud Representative Phil Roe, M.D. For his tremendous function and leadership on this presssing issue. In April Similar to the Sustainable Growth Rate formula that was repealed, the IPAB would be a rigid and short-sighted program that relies solely on arbitrary payment cuts that could hinder efforts to improve quality and wellness outcomes and make Medicare more sustainable.
Stefano Sanvito, Performing Director of AMBER, stated, Since launch, AMBER has grown significantly, the Centre now works with 21 industry partners, focusing on 31 targeted projects.5 million of non-Exchequer funding and published over 300 papers. Today's announcement on the brand new scaffold technology demonstrates our track record of pressing the boundaries of research to find real solutions for people and we will continue to carry out excellent research that has clear societal effect. At the event, AMBER was also joined by a few of its many partners including Thomas Swan & Co.