Dean of Harvard Medical, Health Reform Gets a Failing Grade

by Larry Emmott on November 18, 2009

in Health Care Politics

Jeffrey S. Flier – the dean of Harvard Med has an article in WSJ. He is not impressed with what Washington been come up with so far.

Instead of forthrightly dealing with the fundamental problems, discussion is dominated by rival factions struggling to enact or defeat President Barack Obama’s agenda. The rhetoric on both sides is exaggerated and often deceptive. Those of us for whom the central issue is health—not politics—have been left in the lurch. And as controversy heads toward a conclusion in Washington, it appears that the people who favor the legislation are engaged in collective denial.

via Jeffrey S. Flier: Health ‘Reform’ Gets a Failing Grade – WSJ.com.

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