'Medicare for All': Universal Health Care Explained by Experts

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Communications Manager and Producer, No Jargon

On June 26 and 27th, Democratic presidential hopefuls face their first debate on a national stage. While the debates will cover a broad range of issues, health care is likely to be among them. As you prepare for your coverage of the debates and resulting policy discussions, the following scholars are available and prepared to comment on health care. 

Health Care Reform

University of California, San Francisco

Expert on disparities in access to care, prisoner health, substance abuse, and HIV/AIDS.

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Expert on health policy, quality improvement, health disparities, medical informatics, patient safety, and social epidemiology research.

University of Chicago

Expert on health policy and politics, patient and consumer participation in health policymaking, and the American welfare state.

Affordable Care Act

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Served as a technical consultant to the Obama Administration and worked with both the Administration and Congress to help craft the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Expert on U.S. health care policy, the politics of health care reform, and Medicare.

Harvard School of Public Health

Expert on n health coverage and access to care, especially for low-income Americans.