Why Employment-Based Health Insurance Is Ailing

Friday, May 22, 2009

Princeton University Professor Uwe Reinhardt is an expert on health care policy and an adviser to President Obama. In today’s Economix blog in the New York Times, he makes the case for why employment-based health insurance is a deeply flawed system. He joins The Takeaway to spell out his argument.

For more, read Uwe Reinhardt's blog post, Is Employer-Based Health Insurance Worth Saving?, in the Economix blog on nytimes.com.

Hosted by:

Katherine Lanpher and Todd Zwillich

Contributors:

Jesse Baker and Nadia Zonis

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