This year's Health Care Forum, The Atlantic's third annual program on this topic, focused on how the public and private sectors can work together to rein in costs while increasing efficiencies; the potential of integrated care systems to improve the safety and quality of care; and the crucial role that medical schools and teaching hospitals play in training the next generation of physicians and other health care providers.
Please select from a player below to watch segments of the 2011 program:
Keynote Remarks - Francis Collins, Director, National Institutes of Health
Keynote Remarks - Peter Shumlin, Governor, State of Vermont
Headline Interview - Ron Wyden, United States Senator, State of Oregon
Discussion - Health Care 2020: Reform, the Deficit, & the Future of American Health Care Policy
Discussion - Integrated Care: Can Coordinating Service Lower Costs and Improve Quality?
Discussion - The Future of Medicine: Physician Education, Research, and New Models of Care
Discussion - Behavioral Economics: The Role of Patients and Caregivers in Health Care