A Conversation with Dr. Theodore Cooper

The former Assistant Secretary for Health shares his views on an administratively realistic focus of health policy making, and of content which is economically, medically, and politically viable. Conflicting goals such as access and economy or equity and freedom will have to be reconciled; an assertive Congress and a more informed public must participate.

Author(s): Theodore Cooper; John K. Iglehart

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Volume 55, Issue 3 (pages 347–360)
Published in 1977