Wise: The evaporation of child health policy

 

Thought leaders from several disciplines recently gathered at the Stanford campus for the inaugural ChildX conference to discuss how to solve health problems in pregnancy, infancy and childhood. One session focused on the future of child health in an aging America and featured Stanford health policy expert and CHP/PCOR faculty Paul Wise, who discussed the evaporation of child health policy in the U.S.

In this podcast, he talks about how health policy has turned into cost-containment policy, spelling trouble for children and child health. 

Wise also addressed the conference on the future of child health policy in the United States.