SPOTLIGHT: New England Journal editor talks reform

 New England Journal editor talks reform
New England Journal of Medicine editor and Harvard Medical School professor Dr. Arnold Relman has staked out his position on health reform. In a recent interview, Relman discusses why he believes non-profits and for-profits aren't so different, why he thinks most doctors should be on salary. And, he sees a single-payer system as the best way to overhaul healthcare delivery. Interview

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