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Stanford forum on the future of health care in America posted online

Last month, the Stanford Health Policy Forum hosted an event on the future of health care in America featuring bioethicist, physician and former White House policy advisor Ezekiel Emanuel, MD, PhD. During the forum, Paul Costello, the medical school’s chief communications officer, talked to Emanuel about the successes and failures of the U.S. medical system and the nation's future health-care outlook. The full conversation can be viewed in the video above.

Previously: Stanford Health Policy Forum on Sept. 14 features former White House policy advisor

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