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Health Care Around the World

The Sound of Ideas
Monday, June 15, 2009 - 9:00am
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President Obama promised a health care system that covers everyone regardless of ability to pay and regardless of pre-existing conditions. He's pushing Congress to have a bill on his desk by early fall. But what might a plan that works for everyone look like? What sacrifices in care would have to be made and how will we pay for it all? T.R. Reid, former foreign correspondent for The Washington Post, says there is much to be learned from foreign health care systems. In his Frontline special, Sick Around the World, Reid compares America's system to those in other countries. On Monday's show we'll talk with T.R. Reid about what the rest of the world can teach us about health care. Join us with your questions and analysis, Monday at 9 on 90.3.

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T.R. Reid, correspondent for PBS, NPR and The Washington Post

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