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A Survey of Primary Care Physicians in 11 Countries, 2009: Perspectives on Care, Costs and Experiences

November 4, 2009
12:00 p.m.
Embargoed Media Teleconference

Agenda

12:00: Introduction

Karen Davis , President, The Commonwealth Fund

12:05: Highlights from 2009 International Health Policy Survey Findings

Cathy Schoen , Senior Vice President, The Commonwealth Fund

12:25: Q and A
Karen Davis, Cathy Schoen, and Robin Osborn, Vice President and Director, Commonwealth Fund International Program in Health Policy and Practice

Publication Details

Publication Date:
November 3, 2009