Why Should Healthcare Professionals Especially Pay Attention to the 2012 Election?

Ned Helms has more than 30 years of experience in New Hampshire health policy and politics, including serving as comissioner of the Department of Health and Human Services for New Hampshire, founder and president of a health policy consulting firm, and chief administrative officer of Blue Cross/Blue Shield of New Hampshire. In this interview, ADVANCE editor Sharlene George asks Helms' about his views of the 2012 presidential election and why healthcare professionals especially should pay attention to the campaign and vote. 

Here is an excerpt:  "This is an election that will decide: Do we go back to letting the business model drive everything, or are we going to continue on a path that puts a value and gives honor to clinical leadership?" Listen to more of Helm's analysis below:

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