Speaker - Shannon Brownlee

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Shannon Brownlee is a nationally known writer and essayist whose work has appeared in The Atlantic, New York Times Magazine, The New Republic, Slate, Time, Washington Monthly, Washington Post, Times of London, Los Angeles Times, and BMJ among many other publications. She is best known for her groundbreaking work on overtreatment and the implications for health care policy. Her book, Overtreated: Why Too Much Medicine is Making Us Sicker and Poorer, was named the best economics book of 2007 by New York Times economics correspondent David Leonhardt.

4 Programs

The U.S. Health Care System Is Terminally Broken Debate

09.28.17 | 01:38:47 min | 0 comments

Why Does Health Care Cost So Much?

10.28.15 | 00:34:32 min | 0 comments

Patient Access and Care: A New Digital World

03.18.15 | 00:40:21 min | 0 comments

Where Does Delivery-System Reform Fit?

06.17.09 | 01:17:59 min | 0 comments