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health care reform

Improving Chronic Illness Care – Cancer, Diabetes, Heart Disease – Dr. Edward Wagner

February 7, 2009

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a href=”http://www.centerforhealthstudies.org/maccoll/maccoll.html”>Dr. Edward Wagner discusses the chronic care model – powerful guidelines for improving chronic illness care. Dr. Wagner discusses redesigning the health care delivery system, creating a better-prepared practice team, and developing methods for increasing patients’ knowledge, skills, and confidence. Additionally, Dr. Wagner addresses high-quality cancer care and [...]

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National Health Care Reform – Dr. Ana Malinow

February 6, 2009

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a href=”http://www.bcm.edu/pediatrics/index.cfm?Realm=99992423&This_Template=Malinow”>Dr. Ana Malinow discusses health care reform, a single-payer health system, and making health care available and affordable for all Americans.
Dr. Malinow is Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine and full-time faculty at the Ben Taub General Hospital Pediatric Emergency and Ambulatory Center, located in [...]

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Wellness, Prevention, and National Health Insurance – Dr. Thomas Royer

February 2, 2009

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r. Thomas Royer discusses health care reform, including affordability, access, and providing basic health insurance coverage for all people in the U.S. Dr. Royer discusses wellness and prevention programs in schools and communities, staffing and funding community clinics in underserved regions, and reimbursement for physician preventive programs.
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Health Care Reform – Dr. Pauline Rosenau

January 22, 2009

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a href=”http://www.prosenau.com/”>Dr. Pauline Rosenau discusses health system reform, including an all-payer system, not-for-profit medical care, how to effectively reduce administrative costs, and the experiences of other countries. One important way forward is to ensure that elected officials are independent of special interests.
Dr. Pauline Rosenau is Professor of Management, Policy, [...]

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