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Citizens' Health Care Working Group

Health Care that Works for All Americans

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It's Up To You

What's next in the national discussion about our health care? This is your chance to be part of an important debate. Use the resources of this web site to learn about our health care system.

What happens next, depends on you.

Multimedia Presentations

Explanatory video: view the 10-minute Flash video on our home page to learn about the Working Group's activities.

Press Conference, National Press Club, September 25, 2006, announcing release of the Citizens' Health Care Working Group recommendations to Congress and the President. (40 min.) Webcast hosted by Kaiser Family Foundation (posted 9/27/06).

Interview/podcast "Interview with Richard Frank of the Citizens Health Care Working Group." 55KRC AM, 06/12/06 (9 MB file).

Short (1-minute) Flash video relating to the Interim Recommendations comment process.

Radio interview (WFAE FM) with Anne Udall (Lee Institute) about upcoming Charlotte community meeting.

Public service announcements used to promote Working Group community meetings (mp3 format):

The Big 10, in cooperation with twenty-two universities and schools of public health, hosted an online town hall meeting entitled, “What Is Your Health Worth? A National Conversation on Health Care” on Wednesday, March 22, 2006. The archive of the webcast is hosted by the University of Michigan.

Introductory video (1 min., 1.5 MB) describing the Working Group mission.
(WMV format*, viewable using Windows Media Player)

The Health Care Story - a PowerPoint slide* presentation about health care in America. (PDF version)*

The Need to Take Action - a video (7-min., 12.9 MB) on the Working Group mission to obtain citizen input on health care in America.
(WMV format*, viewable using Windows Media Player)

Webcast - press event announcing release of The Health Report to the American People. Held October 6, 2005 at the Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C. (See more information.)

Webcast - Public Community Forum. Held August 16, 2005 at the Conference Center at Harvard Medical, Boston, Massachusetts. (See more information.)


Note: Videos are posted on this site in WMV format* and are viewable using Windows Media Player.

* To view documents posted on this web site as PDF files or in other formats, please read our Format help page.