NINETEENTH NATIONAL CONFERENCE
ON PRIMARY HEALTH CARE ACCESS
TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 2008
GROUP 1 HENLEY, LEAD; BAIRD, WH BURNETT, HERMAN, RODOS, SAULTZ
GROUP 2 PRISLIN, LEAD; BABITZ, BURNS, CLANCY, HALL, MAUDLIN
GROUP 3 HARA, LEAD; L BURNETT, HAUGHTON, KIMBALL, QUIRK, TROY
GROUP 4 CRUZ, LEAD; CLASEN, FLINDERS, LEWIS, ROSS, RUSH-KOLODZEY
GROUP 5 ZOLLINGER, LEAD; CHRISTMAN, COLEMAN, FREEMAN, MCCLELLAN, OLSEN
GROUP 6 LEROY, LEAD; EASTMAN, FOWKES, PUGNO, SHORE, ZRYD
GROUP 7 WILKE, LEAD; FREY, KASOVAC, MURRAY, PALAFOX, SMITH
QUESTION OF THE DAY: Currently, there seems to be a mismatch between what the health care services most experts believe would maximize the public health of the nation, and what the health care services that the health industry offers, and the public and private sector health insurers purchase.
Doctor Philip Lee (President Lyndon Johnson’s Chief Health Administrator) remarked at one of the previous National Conferences on Primary Health Care Access that every part of the current health care system is the unintended consequence of something else. If national health care policy is to be revisited, how should the health care reform debate be formulated?