Psychiatric Times July 15, 2021
L. Allen Dobson Jr, MD, FAPA

The COVID-19 pandemic should have us reflecting on the state of our health care system as well as embarking in a national dialogue on what type of system we want for this country and what investments we need to attain that vision.

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The COVID-19 pandemic should have us reflecting on the state of our health care system as well as embarking in a national dialogue on what type of system we want for this country and what investments we need to attain that vision.

So many questions arise when considering the pandemic: Why were we so ill prepared to mount a national response? Why are health care costs so high? Why does so much of the population have...

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