Politics

"Medicare Meltdown: How Wall Street and Washington are Ruining Medicare and How to Fix It"

Rosemary Gibson

About the Program

Rosemary Gibson, former senior program officer at the Robert Woods Johnson Foundation, presents her thoughts on the future of Medicare.  The author argues that the healthcare industry more so than the public is dependent on Medicare spending, $600 billion per year, which, according to the author, will affect the program's future solvency.   Rosemary Gibson speaks at Saint Peter's University Hospital in New Brunswick, New Jersey.

About the Authors

Rosemary Gibson

Rosemary Gibson is the former senior program officer at the Robert Woods Johnson Foundation, former senior associate at the American Enterprise Institute, and former vice president of the Economic and Social Research Institute.  She is the author of several books, including Wall of Silence: The Untold Story of the Medical Mistakes that Kill and Injure Millions of Americans.  She is the co-author of Medicare Meltdown with Janardan Prasad Singh.


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Past Airings

  • Monday, May 27th at 10:45pm (ET)
  • Monday, May 13th at 4am (ET)
  • Sunday, April 28th at 2pm (ET)
  • Saturday, April 20th at 11pm (ET)
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