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Jack Thompson offers his thoughts on the potential for integration of primary care and public health services in a blog post for State of Reform.

Jack Thompson offers his thoughts on the potential for integration of primary care and public health services in a blog post for State of Reform.

June 6, 2012

To highlight the many different facets and potential effects of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), State of Reform is publishing a series of “What If” blog posts about the possibilities for health care after the upcoming Supreme Court ruling. This week, Jack Thompson, MSW, Principal Lecturer for the Department of Health Services and past Director of NWCPHP, offers his thoughts on the potential for integration of primary care and public health services.

Read Jack's post on the State of Reform blog.

 

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In April, NWCPHP Director Susan Allan, MD, JD, MPH offered her thoughts on how the Supreme Court ruling might affect public health services.

Read Susan's post on the State of Reform blog.

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