Election May Affect Health Care Reform

Election May Affect Health Care Reform

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Election May Affect Health Care Reform

The article found on Commonhealth.wbur.org by Carey Goldberg titled “Election’s Effects On Health Care Reform: New Harvard Public Health Forum Webcast” directs readers to a video of the Forum At Harvard School of Public Health.  This webcast was a discussion on the election results which was held Friday, November 5th.

This important discussion points out how powerful these election results may be since Democrats and Republicans have very different opinions on the direction health care reform should take.  With Republicans having a very successful election, health care reform may take a major turn affecting health insurance for millions.  It’s an important discussion that will not be going away any time soon.

Expert participants on the Forum include Douglas Holtz-Eakin, President, American Action Forum, and former Director of Domestic and Economic Policy for the John McCain presidential campaign, David Cutler the Harvard Professor of Applied Economics and former Senior Health Care Advisor to Barack Obama’s presidential campaign, and Robert Blendon, Professor of Health Policy and Political Analysis at Harvard School of Public Health and Executive Director of the Harvard Opinion Research Program.

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