The Takeaway's Health Care Roundtable

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

The Takeaway is hosting a roundtable discussion of what health care reform should look like. Todd Zwillich, The Takeaway’s Washington correspondent, sets the scene for the president's press conference with his analysis of the political issues. Then The Takeaway's panel discusses their own wishes for health care reform. Joining today's conversation are Dr. Peter Ubel, physician and behavorial scientist at the University of Michigan, Kristen Rouse, 1st Lieutenant in the Army National Guard and a veteran of the war in Afghanistan, and Akin Mckenzie, a visual display artist.


Akin Mckenzie, Kristen L. Rouse, Dr. Peter Ubel and Todd Zwillich

Hosted by:

Farai Chideya and Lynn Sherr


Hsi-Chang Lin

Comments [1]


I am a solo practitioner and so also a small business owner and yet I cannot afford health insurance for myself or my staff. I am not reimbursed well for the fine care I deliver and therefore penalized for keeping my patients healthy. Already I see that the monies that the insurance companies say they can save will come from further squeezing providers and quietly reducing benefits to members. Members won't see it until they need care and find they are responsible for the bill.

Jul. 22 2009 01:33 PM

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