Lunch & Learn: How the Rest of the World Provides Health Care to its Citizens
February 27
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The United States is arguably one of the most technologically advanced counties on  Earth, with the largest economy.  We spend more per person on healthcare, and a higher overall percent of our GDP.  Yet we remain the only developed country without a coherent plan to cover the healthcare needs of each citizen.  How do other nations do this?  We will explore several examples, and hopefully, have a lively, civil conversation about this vexing issue.

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John Sanders is Dartmouth Class of 1964, and practiced cardiac surgery at Northwestern University Medical School and Dartmouth–Hitchcock Medical Center for 40 years.

Free and open to the public. Co-sponsored by Hanover Parks & Recreation.


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