National Center for Policy Analysis Congressional Briefing

Bush v. Kerry: Who has the Best Approach to Insuring the Uninsured?

Health care has become a central issue in the 2004 presidential campaign. George W. Bush and John Kerry have proposed two fundamentally different approaches to reform the health care system and insure the uninsured. What is the best way to achieve that goal? How can we provide high quality care at affordable prices? Get the facts from two leaders in health care policy: NCPA President John C. Goodman, recognized by National Journal and The Wall Street Journal as the “Father of Health Savings Accounts;” and Kenneth E. Thorpe, chairman of the Emory University School of Public Health. Both experts have analyzed the Bush and Kerry plans and will discuss the impact of health care on the 2004 presidential campaign.

John C. Goodman, Ph.D.

President

National Center for Policy Analysis

Kenneth E. Thorpe, Ph.D.

Chairman

Emory University School of Public Health


Moderated by

Laura Trueman

Executive Director

Coalition for Affordable Health Coverage

 

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The National Center for Policy Analysis is a public policy research institute founded in 1983 and internationally known for its studies on public policy issues. The NCPA is headquartered in Dallas, Texas, with an office in Washington, D.C.