The Health of Nations (Day One Podcast)

Overview

How do you plug a $4 billion hole in the Medicaid budget — without cutting any services? Can reallocating labor help doctors care for their sickest patients? Hear from Harris Public Policy Professor David Meltzer and alums Jason Helgerson, MPP'95, and Aamir Hussain, MA'18, as they dicuss the importance of using economics and data to make people healthier.

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Type: 
Podcast/Video News/Interview
Person Interviewed: 
Meltzer D, Helgerson J, Hussain A
Interview Date: 
07/05/2018
Resource: 
Authors: 
The University of Chicago Harris Public Policy
Date:
07/05/2018

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