SIH/SIU Health Policy Institute
Second Annual SIH/SIU Health Policy Institute
Health Care Assess: New Directions or Old Paradigms? (May 18 and 19, 2000)
Health Care Assess: New Directions or Old Paradigms?
“The sum total of all ‘ethical’ medicine, as now defined, would be ‘unethical’ public policy which would give us a magnificent health care infrastructure, but, with massive excess capacity and spending, would impoverish other areas of social need. America’s existing health care system, with all its miracles, will never maximize our nation’s health, for it defines health as medicine and ignores all other health producing opportunities.”
—The Honorable Richard Lamm, Center for Public Policy and Contemporary Issues, University of Denver
Randall R. Bovbjerg, J.D.
The Urban Institute, Washington, D.C.
Presentation: Access 2000: While Washington Argues Globally, What’s Happening Locally?
F. Ronald Feinstein, D.M.D., M.D., FACS
Kaiser Permanente, Permanente Medical Group, Los Angeles
Presentation: Health Care Access: It’s Not Rocket Science … It’s Tougher
The Honorable Richard Lamm
Center for Public Policy and Contemporary Issues, University of Denver
Presentation: Redrawing the Health Care Map
Families USA, Washington, D.C.
Presentation: First Steps to Expanded Health Coverage
Sydney Watson, J.D.
Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law
Presentation: Commercialization of Welfare Medicine