It took a doctor a minute to explain how the passport and visas he needed would be processed on the flight home to Cleveland from Boston.
The doctor had booked an appointment to work on Thursday.
But he had a problem.
He didn’t know the name of the clinic.
He needed to be sure.
That’s because the American Medical Association is currently working to make passport and immigration information mandatory for all U.S. doctors.
They want to make it mandatory because the current system is not working.
This is a very complex situation, Dr. David Schlesinger, a spokesman for the AMA, told ESPN.
The AMA says the government is moving forward with an overhaul of how doctors, nurses and other health care workers are required to share their health information.
It’s a process that is expected to take months.
A lot of it is in place now, Schleslinger said, and it will likely take longer.
We’re still not at the point where the government has to have the data to make that change.
We’ve been in that position for a long time, and we’ve been working hard to make this happen.
Dr. Schlesingers, in an email to ESPN, said the AMA will continue working with health care providers and governments to ensure that all physicians are required by law to share health information in the same way, to ensure the integrity of health care delivery and the safety of patients.
There is a lot of overlap between the information that’s shared and how it’s shared with the public, Schlosinger said.
So we’ll be working with the American Public Health Association to make sure that we’re consistent in how that information is shared.
But, as far as how this information is going to be shared, we have no idea.
The government hasn’t announced how it will distribute it, and the AMA says it will depend on the details of each case.
The AMA wants doctors and nurses to share information in a way that makes it easy for them to get back to work, and that’s what we’re working on.
We’re still in the process of figuring out how that will be done, Schlasinger said, adding that the AMA is working with Health and Human Services to develop a plan that will help make that happen.
I’m not sure what’s going to happen, because I think it’s going be complicated, because we’re trying to help people.
We want to ensure transparency and accountability.
We need to make everyone aware of how this is going.
So we are looking into how that’s going, and I’m sure we’ll find out more over the next few days, Schsinger said in a statement to ESPN.
We know it’s a very complicated process and we’re all working on it.
I know that this is a complex time, so I can’t predict what we’ll get.
But we’re not going to stop trying.
This is going on for years, Schlansinger said — a long, long time.
He said the goal is to have a system in place that will allow doctors and other professionals to share the information they need to get them back to their jobs.