America's health care system affects more than our individual well being; health care is a major part of our economy and our society. Innovation and medical breakthroughs have been a hallmark of a system that develops new cures and treatments every day. Doctors, researchers and technology leaders continue to make America's health sector the most vibrant in the world as the federal role in care evolves.
Drawing from leading thinkers across the country, in combination with Boston's revered medical community, The Atlantic will uncover the stories of patients and families, experts and professionals to explore the state and future of health care. From policy and economics to global public health and the future biotechnology, The Atlantic will bring together the brightest minds shaping health care today.
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