August 11, 2009

French health care

At the turn of the century the U.S and France embraced a health care system that was more similar than different. Now France is ranked number one in health care while the U.S. ranks 37. Kathleen Dunn’s guest offers his insight on this disparity and what the U.S stands to learn from France. Listen here.

Guest: Paul V. Dutton, Associate Professor of History, Northern Arizona University. Executive Director, Interdisciplinary Health Policy Institute.
Author, “Differential Diagnoses: A comparative history of health care problems and solutions in the U.S and France."