How to Finance Health Care, Part 2

Four weeks of Health Policy and it’s over.  For those who can’t understand why anyone would choose a profession being around sick people all the time, I would say that it seems infinitely more depressing to spend a career analyzing our impending economic collapse due to advances in medical technology.  As for what we’ve learned?  More about that in future posts, but suffice to say it’s all about trade offs.  (Pro: it could be beneficial for the patient.  Con: it’s expensive.)

How did the course alter our knowledge and opinions?  Seems that our self-proclaimed enlightenment did not persuade us to change our views on financing health care.  (Note: this is a different survey from the last and thus a different sample.)

At the beginning of the course (N=49):

At the end of the course (N=39):

At the beginning of the course (N=49):
At the end of the course (N=39):
Perhaps it’s a good thing that we managed to be educated while holding steadfastly to our views.  This sample size of one learned quite a bit from a very unbiased course.

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