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August 8 at Harvard Pilgrim (26 credit package)

August 8, 2019 @ 9:30 am

$39.95 – $339.00

45 minute lecture + 1 self study exam (Room 1038, 1st floor, behind the elevators)

Lecture topic: Why Healthcare Reforms Always Fail to Reduce Spending
Gary Fradin will explain why healthcare reforms must encompass 3 key elements: access, quality and cost to achieve their goals. He’ll discuss why the failure to include all 3 factors doomed previous reforms including Nixon’s HMO Act and George W. Bush’s HSAs.

After the lecture, take the Self Study exam below. You must read the text in advance. You will not be permitted to take the exam otherwise. Available from amazon.com

  • Redefining Health Care by Michael Porter, Mass course #C92317, 26 credits, available from amazon.com.

The exam takes about 30 minutes each after the lecture. Proctors provided. Graded immediately. You should be finished by 11:30

Ethics self study exam on Health Insurance Broker Disclosure Ethics I (3 credits) available at every 2019 live CE program for $39.95.

Text available on www.HealthInsuranceCE.com under Gary’s Texts after you login.


August 8, 2019
9:30 am
$39.95 – $339.00



Gary Fradin


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