Jonathan Oberlander on healthcare and the economy

May 2, 2008 — As the presidential election nears, and the democratic primary hits full speed, health care – it’s growing costs and looming problems – weighs on the minds of voters. Jonathan Oberlander, Ph.D., associate professor of Social Medicine in UNC’s School of Medicine and associate professor of health policy and administration in the School of Public Health, breaks down the candidates’ health care plans and explains how health care effects our economy.