Podcast: What Do the Washington Healthcare Reformers Have in Mind for You and Your Patients?

January 29, 2010

Hear an interview with Ted Rosen, MD, professor of dermatology at Baylor College of Medicine, and chief of Dermatology Service at Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Houston. Dr Rosen has a keen interest in current healthcare reform; he recently attended a summit in Washington with a group of think-tank leaders who are at the forefront of reform efforts.

Hear an interview with Ted Rosen, MD, professor of dermatology at Baylor College of Medicine, and chief of Dermatology Service at Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Houston. Dr Rosen has a keen interest in current healthcare reform; he recently attended a summit in Washington with a group of think-tank leaders who are at the forefront of reform efforts.

What do the Washington healthcare reformers have in mind for you and your patients?

Why does the healthcare system need reform, and how will you be impacted when it finally is? In part 1 of this podcast, Dr Ted Rosen offers his views about the potential impact of the reform efforts now making headlines.

Rosen Podcast Part One

 

How might healthcare reform affect the scope and availability of healthcare for your patients?

In part 2 of this podcast, Dr Rosen explores current healthcare costs, the uninsured and underinsured, and general difficulties in today’s healthcare system.

Rosen Podcast Part Two and Three

 

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