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Brandeis professor finds echoes of the past in current bid to reshape health care

Stuart Altman has advised five presidents on health care policy. Stuart Altman has advised five presidents on health care policy. (Bill Greene/Globe Staff)
By Sarah Shemkus
Globe Correspondent / February 12, 2012
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Stuart Altman, professor of national health policy at Brandeis University, has advised five presidents, authored countless articles about health policy, and served on a variety of task forces aimed at fixing health care on both the national and state levels. These four decades as policy maker, adviser, and scholar play a central role in Altman’s new book, “Power, Politics, and Universal Health Care’’ which traces 100 years of debate and confrontation over one of the nation’s most intractable issues

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