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Friday, March 5, 2010

Minnesota Public Radio Stories

  • Medical leaders and patients talk health care
    President Obama wants Congress to pass health care reform by March 18th and has elicited assurances from both House and Senate Democratic leaders. MPR's Kerri Miller recently hosted a forum which brought together medical leaders and patients to discuss health care reform.9:06 a.m.
    Roger Feldman: Blue Cross Professor of Health Insurance and Professor of Economics at the University of Minnesota.
    Mary Brainerd: CEO, HealthPartners
    Lisa Spatz, MD: Family practioner, Fairview Medicine
    Robert Nesse, MD: President and CEO of Franciscan Skemp Health
    Craig Bowron, MD: Hospitalist at Abbott Northwestern Hospital.
  • America in 2050
    A leading expert on economic and social trends gives us his predictions for what America will look like in 2050. Joel Kotkin expects our cities and suburbs to become more densely populated, and we'll have an advantage over other countries because of our ethnic diversity.10:06 a.m.
    Joel Kotkin: is author of "The Next Hundred Million: America In 2050."

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