Providers Doctors, hospitals and drug companies have a huge stake in health care overhaul. What President Obama signs into law will affect everything from how providers are paid to how much paperwork is filed. These groups want to protect their interests, but they also have some surprising views on how to fix the current system.

AMA Chief: Health Bill Still In Early Stages

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Young Doctors Weigh In On Health Care

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Doctors Say Health Care Rationing Already Exists

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Doctors Say Costs, Not Care, Have Become Focus

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The Role Of Hospitals In Fixing Health Care

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Are Doctors The Problem With Health Care?

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Obama Lobbies AMA On Changes To Health Care

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Obama Prods AMA On Health Care Overhaul

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Doctors Say Current System Impedes Medical Care

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Health Care Industry Unveils Cost-Cutting Plan

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Health Co-Ops Touted As Alternative To Public Plan

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Donna Shalala, shown here in 2007, served as secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services in the Clinton administration. Stephanie Kuykendal/Getty Images hide caption

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Shalala: Health Revamp May Mean Doctor Shortage

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