How hospice became big business. A new investigation in The New Yorker reveals an industry that at times puts profits before patients.
Guest Host: Susan Page
A panel talks about the decline in applications to medical school, how medical education is changing, and the challenges facing the country’s newest doctors in hospitals, clinics, and in private practice.
- Dr. Edward Miller CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine and dean of the faculty at the School of Medicine
- Dr. Gordon Moore Professor of ambulatory care and prevention at Harvard Medical School and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
- Dr. Chuck Cutler Chief medical officer for the American Association of Health Plans
- Dr. Kenneth Ludmerer Professor of medicine and professor of history at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri and author of "Time to Heal: American Medical Education from the Turn of the Century to the Managed Care Era" (Oxford University Press)
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