Aug 16, 2018

The Unintended Elitism of Health Care Policy

Robert Graboyes Senior Research Fellow

The biggest problem with health care policy may be that those who design health care policy mostly design it for people who design health care policy.

We policy folk reside in a variety of institutions: medical facilities, corporations, universities, think tanks, legislative offices, regulatory agencies and advocacy groups. But we broadly share certain characteristics. We’re well educated. We possess deep knowledge of health-related matters. We’re analytical. Our thoughts and passion focus on health...

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