“After 10 rewarding years, I step down this week as President of the New York State Health Foundation and join the faculty at New York University. In other places, I have reflected on my experiences running the Foundation, but here I thought I would reflect on the ups and downs of health care and public health in New York State.
As president of a foundation helping to support medical care innovation, healthy living, better health policy, and more attention to the real health needs of New Yorkers, I have had the privilege of watching our health system evolve and try to improve. Some of what I observe, I am super-impressed with. Other aspects of what has happened over 10 years, I find disappointing.”
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