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Radio Smart Talk for Monday, November 26:
Almost half of the Central Pennsylvanians surveyed in witf's Transforming Health poll say that our system of delivering and paying for healthcare should be completely rebuilt. That's just one of the findings from the poll conducted by the Center for Opinion Research at Franklin and Marshall College.
Berwood Yost, the Center's director will appear on Monday's Radio Smart Talk to discuss and analyze the poll results.
The poll was conducted as part of the roll out of witf's new Transforming Health initiative. Transforming Health is a broad-based, multimedia project with a goal of presenting the policy and personal choices Americans face as the nation's healthcare system changes direction toward one where partnerships are established to manage one's overall well being.
The poll also found that healthcare consumers still don't know a lot about the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, but from what they do know, most believe healthcare will cost them more.
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Transforming Health is supported by Pinnacle Health, Wellspan Health, and Lancaster General Health.
As part of witf's new, multimedia "Transforming Health" initiative, Berwood Yost, director of the Center for Opinion Research at Franklin and Marshall College, joins witf's Radio Smart Talk to talk about a poll of central Pennsylvanians' views on health care.
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