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Foreign countries are often cited in conversations about reforming the health care system in the United States. But the characterizations of those systems are often simplified to make political arguments. Kojo explores the lessons American policy makers can take out of the health care systems in place in other countries — both good and bad.
- David Helms President and CEO, AcademyHealth
- Stuart Butler Vice President, Domestic and Economic Policy Studies, Domestic Policy, The Heritage Foundation
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