Talking about health-care reform
Everyone—from the Obama administration to your friends and neighbors—is talking about health-care reform. So in the Summer 2009 issue of Dartmouth Medicine magazine, alumni of Dartmouth Medical School from across the country answered questions about their practices and the changes they'd like to see made to the nation's health-care system.
To find out more about what Americans who are patients rather than physicians are saying on this topic, Dartmouth Medicine spoke to people on the streets of White River Junction, Vt., and Hanover, N.H. They mentioned the wide array of medical challenges they face and discussed their priorities and concerns as the nation moves toward health-care reform. To listen, click on the link below.
Health-care reform is always on the minds of the researchers at the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice. To find out more about their efforts to improve the practice and delivery of medical care, check out the extensive list of articles available below.
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