- Posted:Thursday 04 April 2013
Stephen Shortell, Dean, School of Public Health, University of Berkeley, discusses which features of the US health system offer the most promising improvements for world health, including quality and cost measures and the innovation created by the fragmented health care system in the US.
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If there is anything to learn from the way things are done in the US it is how NOT to do health care.
What I really fear is that the NHS has had a strong push in this direction.