“Could Clinton’s health care proposals work?” asks Ayanian in The Conversation U.S.
John Z. Ayanian, director of the University of Michigan’s Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation, explores whether Democratic Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton’s health care proposals might work in a July 27 contribution to The Conversation U.S.
The piece, “Going public: Could Clinton’s health care proposals work,” with coauthor Richard Hirth (a professor in U-M’s Department of Health Management and Public Policy), describes the pros, cons, and viability of Clinton’s proposed new “public option” for health insurance.
Dr. John Z. Ayanian is the Alice Hamilton Professor of Medicine at the Medical School, professor of health management and policy at the School of Public Health, and professor of public policy at the Ford School. He is director of U-M's Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation.