Health Systems Around the World: Myth and Reality
July 16 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Join Bradley Fuller for a surprising discussion of the myths and realities of the healthcare systems and outcome measures of several developed countries around the world. He will summarize the salient systems, costs and quality of care in Germany, Japan, Switzerland, UK and Taiwan. How do these international healthcare systems compare to the US both as it is today and as repeal and replace is envisioned?
Bradley B. Fuller, M.P.A., M.A. served for twenty-five years as an adjunct professor at St. Joseph’s University in health administration, teaching both undergraduates and graduates. His expertise is in health policy, managed care, aging services, organization design, management theory, and psychology. He also has thirty-six years of experience in executive administration in nonprofit human services, dealing with issues of mental health, retardation, the elderly, and youth.