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Zubin Damania

Founder Of Turntable Health, Physician and Entrepreneur

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A practicing physician, transformational entrepreneur, and YouTube viral video star, Dr. Zubin Damania (AKA ZDoggMD) uses humor and storytelling to propose collaborative ways to revitalize healthcare.

Susan Dentzer

President and CEO, Network for Excellence in Health Innovation; Senior Policy Advisor, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; Health Policy Analyst, PBS NewsHour and Editor-in-Chief, Health Affairs (2008-2013)

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Renowned health policy expert Susan Dentzer discusses with audiences health care reform, economic and budget policy issues, the future of Social Security and Medicare and what lies ahead for Congress and the White House, working through the myriad of issues facing this country.

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