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Public Goods and Responsibilities [electronic resource]: How Far Should We Go?

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Demonstrates the role of government in our lives exemplified by the TVA, national health care, and California's Proposition 13 tax revolt.
Online
1985
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Beyond Health Care Reform: Implications for Academic Medicine

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Jeff Goldsmith, Ph.D. (President, Health Futures Inc., Charlottesville, Virginia, and Associate Professor, Department of Public Health Sciences, University of Virginia) addressed health reform objectives and their implications for academic health centers. Dr. Goldsmith addressed an array of topics that included politics, expectations, stimulus funding, deficit reduction, Medicaid expansion, payment system redesign, Medicare savings programs, private health insurance, and strategies that academic health centers can consider.
DVDOnline
2011
Health Sciences (Ivy)
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Our Children at Risk

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Our Children At Risk examines why millions of today's young children may fail to reach their full developmental potential and considers the positive steps the U.S. can take to address this crisis. The program features families with young children who are going hungry and foregoing necessary medical care as well as children whose development is threatened by the destructive forces of poverty. Child advocates explore cost effective ways to ensure that all children get off to a healthy start. Among the experts interviewed are Dr. T. Berry Brazelton, Harvard Medical School, and Marian Wright Edelman, the Children s Defense Fund. As Walter Cronkite concludes, "the cost of reaching these children may be daunting, but the cost of failing to reach our children at risk is more than our societ [...]
Online
1992
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Your Weekly Address: Celebrating Fifty Years of Medicare and Medicaid August 1, 2015.

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In this week's address, the President celebrated the fiftieth birthdays of Medicare and Medicaid, which together have allowed millions to live longer and better lives.
Online
2015