Jeff Goldsmith on what’s next, post-SCOTUS

Hours after the SCOTUS verdict and about the same time as a feisty (and not too productive) shouting match on the NY Times site between Maggie Mahar & Michael Cannon with commentary from Bob Reich and “expert” Grace Marie Turner, a real health care expert dissected the future of health care.

Here’s Jeff Goldmsith‘s talk (done for Eliza with Queen Bee/Chairman & Chief Visionary Officer Alexandra Drane refereeing). And it’s excellent. (It also has a tad of rambling from me at the very end….). I suggest you spend a chunk of your Saturday morning listening to Jeff tell you more.


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Gregg Masters

Maggie, as usual you were the star. Cannon was his usual combative and obstinate self, loosely tethered to rational health policy argument, while Grace-Marie Turner is well versed in any charm offensive, but clearly also someone with a talking points grip on health policy. You where awesome!

I ever so slightly opined here:

Maggie Mahar

I’m not sure what the New York Times video has to do with Goldsmith’s piece–or why you brought it up . But since you did, I agree that the Times video wasn’t nearly as productive as it should have been. The problem is that we were using the very new “Googleshack” techonology, and the Googleshack people emphasized that the moderator shouldn’t ask us questions, instead we should make it a free-flow discussion, jumping in and interrupting each other. The NYT’s editors urged us to do this– they were trying to do something different, and understandably, listened to the advice from… Read more »