Will reform lead to rationing?
Opponents of the President's push for health care reform have argued that increased government involvement in the system will lead to rationing. Others say there is already rationing going on in our health care system. Midmorning looks at why rationing has become such a dirty word in the politics of health care reform.
- Arthur Kellerman, MD: Doctor of emergency medicine and associate dean for health policy at Emory University.
- Michael Cannon: Director of Health policy studies at the Cato Institute.
- Sean Tunis, MD: Founder and director of the Center for Medical Technology Policy. He was chief medical officer at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid during the recent Bush administration.