1:2:1 Podcast

Paul Drain on health care in Cuba

Cuba may seem an unlikely role model, but Paul Drain, MD, makes a case that the country could teach the United States about providing effective, affordable health services at low cost. Drain and co-author Michele Barry, MD, wrote in an article for Science that Cuba has achieved 'developed-world health outcomes on a developing-world budget.' In this 1:2:1 podcast, Drain talks about Cuban health care and about his experiences in international health.

Length: 25 mins. 20 sec.

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