The American Medical Association (AMA) is continuing its broad advocacy efforts against last week’s version of the US Senate’s health care bill, the Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017. Although funds were added to address the opioid epidemic, “the revised bill does not address the key concerns of physicians and patients regarded proposed Medicaid cuts and inadequate subsidies that will result in millions of Americans losing health insurance coverage,” said AMA President David O. Barbe, MD. To join the fight to preserve access to affordable and meaningful health insurance coverage, physicians and patients are encouraged to visit the AMA’s campaign website, patientsbeforepolitics.org.