.. AMGA releases comments on ACO proposed rules for Medicare’s Shared Savings Program The American Medical Group Association , a specialist association representing multispecialty medical groups and various other organized systems of care, today released its comments on proposed regulations for Medicare’s Shared Cost savings Program, popularly referred to as Accountable Care Institutions . The much-anticipated proposal from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Solutions was published on April 7, 2011 and the public responses period concludes today. While AMGA fully supports the accountable care concept, it found the guideline wanting in lots of ways and offered suggestions where to strengthen it. We acknowledge and applaud CMS for its noteworthy activities in providing information regarding ACOs by broadly inviting remarks and suggestions, holding national conference calls, making much information easily available on its website, and dispatching senior CMS officials to talk to stakeholders and interested celebrations, said Donald W.This fresh work is particularly exciting since it builds upon genetic research to show for the first time how a gene called PHF11 is normally involved with allergic disorders such as asthma and eczema, says Dr Jones. Notes Over 2 million Australians you live with asthma, a lot of whom are young people aged between 15-24 years. The gene, called PHF11, was first identified in genetic association research of family members with asthma, and confirmed by the Westmead group in children with severe eczema. The results of the two-year NHMRC-funded research are reported in the Might edition of the internationally prestigious 'Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology'.. Helps epidemic leveling off: Is epidemic ending? The United Nations is optimistic AIDS can be eradicated, after a new report on Monday said the AIDS epidemic is normally leveling off and the number of newly infected people with HIV remains unchanged since 2007.