Prescriptions for the Future

The world of health care, and how to deliver it, is a constant topic for headlines. Beyond congressional wrangling over the next iterations of public policy, however, what prescriptions might we look at to offer higher-quality, patient-focused, and lower-cost care? What are the transformative ideas that will improve health outcomes for all? A leader of a major health system, Ken Davis, and bioethicist/oncologist Zeke Emanuel offer ideas that are perhaps more exciting than revamping bills on the Hill.

Festival: Aspen Ideas 2017

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