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Does the Affordable Care Act address our health-cost problem?

In a new video, well-known health economist Victor Fuchs, PhD, shares his thoughts on health care in this country and whether he believes the Affordable Care Act does enough to curb runaway costs. (Spoiler: He doesn't.) He's interviewed here by John Shoven, PhD, director of the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research.

Previously: Stanford economist Victor Fuchs: Affordable Care Act “just a start”, Stanford experts respond to Supreme Court’s decision on health law, Views on costs and reform from the “dean of American health care economists”, Victor Fuchs talks health-care costs and reform in Q&A and Health economists give Obama their two cents on reform

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