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Mar
14

Myths, Marvels & Meditations

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Location TBA
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Our national conversation on healthcare has three major problems. First, a number of propositions regarded (by all sides) as truths are in fact half-truths, non-sequiturs, and outright falsehoods. Second, some of the most exciting developments in care have barely penetrated the consciousness of healthcare professionals and policy-makers. And third, healthcare is fraught with ethical conundrums and interconnections that make reasonable-sounding policy actions deeply problematic. We’ll take a look at these three problems and how we can best navigate around them.

Led by Robert Graboyes, Senior Research Fellow and health care scholar at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.

This event is free and open to the public, part of the Osher Series on Aging Well. Registration is required. Osher members should register themselves and their guests using the online registration portal.

Contact: Peggy Watson, Director