Jared Bernstein is an economist and former advisor to President Obama. He recently survived a life-threatening brain hemorrhage and the experience got him thinking about the economics at play in our healthcare system.
There's the high cost of care; the uncertainty of what insurance will cover; the exceptional quality of some U.S. health care and, of course, the question who can access that care.
Today on The Indicator: Jared shares his insights into the American health care system, as an economist and as a recent patient.
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