Victor Rodwin discusses the intricacies of Chile’s health care system and how it compares to the United States. He is a professor of health policy and management at the Wagner School of Public Service at New York University.
Rodwin explains how a health care system that targets only diseases that are widespread and treatable can make sense. He also talks about the fact that the United States has a similar system in place, although much more limited.
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