Dr. David Lawrence, now retired, was the CEO of Kaiser Foundation Health Plan and Hospitals. He spoke to a live audience on September 15, 2011 as part of Zócalo's ongoing series on healthcare, sponsored by the California HealthCare Foundation. A shortage of doctors and an aging population has put stress on our current healthcare system. Lawrence looks at the future of primary care. Watch the full video of his talk.
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