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Final Viewer Guide: Money and Medicine on PBS

Final Viewer Guide: Money and Medicine on PBS

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Money and Medicine, a new film investigating the nation’s healthcare crisis, premieres Tuesday, September 25 at 8 p.m., on PBS.

As Congress continues its battle over the budget deficit, policy-makers are turning their attention to one of the largest driving forces behind the nation’s debt – government health care spending. The focus of the health care reform debate has shifted in recent years from access to cost, and recent studies suggest that a third of all health care expenditures are unnecessary.

Money & Medicine, a new documentary premiering nationwide on Tuesday, September 25, examines the waste that pervades our health care system and puts a human face on the medical, ethical and financial challenges of containing runaway health care spending.
Money and Medicine, a new film investigating the nation’s healthcare crisis, premieres Tuesday, September 25 at 8 p.m., on PBS.

As Congress continues its battle over the budget deficit, policy-makers are turning their attention to one of the largest driving forces behind the nation’s debt – government health care spending. The focus of the health care reform debate has shifted in recent years from access to cost, and recent studies suggest that a third of all health care expenditures are unnecessary.

Money & Medicine, a new documentary premiering nationwide on Tuesday, September 25, examines the waste that pervades our health care system and puts a human face on the medical, ethical and financial challenges of containing runaway health care spending.

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American health care system before you saw Money &
Medicine.
Did you agree with the widely-held belief that the

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American health care system was the best in the
world?
What did you feel were the strengths of the system?

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What part of the health care system did you feel

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needed improvement?
What information or personal experiences shaped that

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perception and those feelings?
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seeing the flm?
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you?
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flm?

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