States and Universal Health Care
The panelists discussed health care reform and whether states should use a universal or incremental approach. They talked about the… read more
The panelists discussed health care reform and whether states should use a universal or incremental approach. They talked about the 2006 laws passed by Massachusetts and Vermont to change their health care systems with an emphasis on covering all of the uninsured, as well as different approaches used by Indiana and California. After their presentations they responded to audience members' questions.
“State Health Reform: A Universal or Incremental Approach?” was a session of the Strong States Strong Nation 2007 State Legislative Summit held in the Boston Convention Center. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Susan Besio Director Vermont Health Care Reform->Implementation
- Salvatore F. DiMasi Speaker Massachusetts->House of Representatives
- Patricia Miller State Senator Indiana
- Marian Mulkey Senior Program Officer California HealthCare Foundation
- Helen Palmer Correspondent WGBH Radio (Boston)->Marketplace
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