CHICAGO — The American Medical Association here is asking authorities to investigate in-store clinics for conflicts of interest that could lead to poor quality of care. Many member physicians urged the association to ban or slow the growth of retail clinics during the AMA's annual meeting, held late last month. In response, the association resolved to ask state and federal agencies to find any factors putting patients at risk. In its resolution, which was introduced by the Illinois ...

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