Physicians' reactions to President Obama's healthcare legislation are complicated and varied, and depend largely on the type of medicine they practice, the Washington Post
reports. Primary-care physicians will "absolutely" benefit from the bill, said Lori Heim, president of the American Academy of Family Physicians. She said she is particularly looking forward to a 10% Medicare bonus for primary-care physicians for the next five years. Some radiologists, however, are concerned about Medicare cuts to medical imaging.