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09.12.2008
Pt 1: WELCOME AND OPENING REMARKS- Richard F. Keevey, Director, Policy Research Institute for the Region, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University- Daniel A.
09.12.2008
Pt 2 UNIVERSAL HEALTH CARE WORLDWIDE- Uwe Reinhardt, PhD, James Madison Professor of Political Economy, Princeton University- Maggie Mahar, PhD, Fellow, The Century Foundation- Ezekiel Emanuel, MD, PhD, Chair, Department of Bioethics, National Institutes of Health
09.12.2008
Pt 3 LUNCHEON SPEAKER- Len Nichols, PhD, Director, Health Policy Program, New America Foundation
09.12.2008
Pt 4 UNIVERSAL HEALTH CARE IN THE NATION – THE MASSACHUSETTS EXPERIENCE & OTHER STATEWIDE EFFORTS- Nancy Turnball, PhD, Associate Dean for Educational Policy, Harvard School of Public Health- Merrill Matthews, Jr., PhD, Director, Council for Affordable Health Insurance, Washington DC- Brian Rosman, Director of Research, Health Care for All
04.28.2008
Opening remarks: Uwe Reinhardt, Professor of Economics and Public Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International AffairsDiscussants: Theodore R.
04.02.2008
Newt Gingrich, former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives
03.12.2008
Peter Orszag, Director, U.S. Congressional Budget Office
12.03.2007
William Frist, '74, Lecturer of Public Affairs and Schultz Visiting Professor; former U.S. Senator (R-Tenn. 1995-2007).
04.04.2007
Charmaine Yoest, Vice President for Communications, Family Research Council.

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