David B. Nash, MD, MBA is the founding dean of the Jefferson School of Population Health, on the campus of Thomas Jefferson University. The School of Population Health, which welcomed its inaugural class last month, focuses on Health Policy, Public Health and Health care Quality and Safety. Dr. Nash brings his long and varied experience of health care and health care reform to today’s discussion on Radio Times. But Dr. Nash also lost his father in the last year, and has written about that experience – and the light it sheds on our health care system – in a recent Jefferson School of Population Health newsletter. He joins Marty in the studio to discuss his professional expertise in health care policy, and his personal experience of that health care system in action.
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