(October 24, 2009) Laurence Baker, Chief of Health Services Research at Stanford University, discusses the ways capacity and structure of the health care system influence health outcomes and spending, and the resulting implications for policy and politics.
Stanford Alumni Association:
Stanford Reunion Homecoming 2009:
hhttp://deimos3.apple.com/WebObjects/Core.woa/Browse/itunes.stanford.edu.1291193237.01389400689 [iTunes Link]
Stanford University Channel on YouTube:
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