Click on the link above to post 1 critical thinking question and 2 responses to your peers' questions for the content related to Ch8: Debates that have Structured Health Care System Change. Remember that to get the points, the curiosity score for each post has to be 50 or higher.
Goldsteen et al. (2021) (i.e., our textbook) demonstrates that the issues of quality, equity, and efficiency remain salient. Many of you said you were interested in learning about other countries' health care systems. In the 2021 video below, PBS News Hour correspondent William Brangham examines how four other nations achieve universal care for less money, with better outcomes.
You get 1 point for posting a question that has a minimum curiosity score of at least 50.
You get 1 point for each peer response (up to two peers) that has a minimum curiosity score of at least 50.
A complete critical thinking discussion is worth 3 points.