The Federal Government or Free Market: Which Can Offer the Most Compassionate and Effective Health-Care Plan for America?
Four physicians will debate health care policy. I am thrilled to see compassion as the center of the debate. Proponents of greater government involvement in health care argue that it is necessary and right on the basis of caring for the disadvantaged. These arguments completely evade the facts that coercion is not compassionate, and central planning is not effective. This should be a lively and interesting debate.
The Benjamin Rush Society presents this debate at
Stanford University School of Medicine
May 20, 2010, 6pm
Location: James H Clark Center Auditorium
318 Campus Dr
Stanford, CA 94304
Stanford Federalist Society (Stanford Law School)
Stanford Chapter of the American Medical Students’ Association (Stanford Med School)
The Latino Medical Students’ Association (Stanford Med School)
Stanford Emergency Medicine Interest Group (Stanford Medical School)
Stanford Health Care Club (Stanford Business School)