Elizabeth Bradley

Yale University

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Professor of Public Health at Yale University and co-author of The American Health Care Paradox: Why Spending More Is Getting Us Less

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When it comes to healthcare, Americans spend a lot more than people in other industrialized countries, so why are we less healthy?

The Affordable Care Act and the Skyrocketing Cost of Healthcare

When it comes to healthcare, Americans spend a lot more than people in other industrialized countries, so why are we less healthy?

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