Poverty and the Myths of Health Care Reform

Buz Cooper’s book “Poverty and the Myths of Health Care Reform” (The Johns Hopkins University Press) written in the last two years of his life and published just months after his death in 2016, argues that poverty, rather than waste and physician inefficiency, is the driver of runaway health care costs in the US and the world. Here’s a short video description – then head to the Johns Hopkins Press book page to order a copy now.

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