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Read about positive aspects of health care and see what a new health care system in action could do for the public.
The Forum
A dicusssion board for CodeBlueNow.
Kathleen's Blog: Second Opinion
Kathleen O’Connor, CodeBlueNow! founder and CEO, gives her “second opinion” on the standard health care policy/reform spins.
Going Under the Knife
An Article on health care quality at the major hospitals in Washington state.
Patient Centered System
A personal account of what a new health care system could look like.
Build An American Health Care System Contest
Read the Summary Report and see finalists' proposals.
CodeBlueNow! Papers: Seattle PI Series
Editorials on health care reform that ran in the Seattle PI.
Anthony Delivery System
Anthony Delivery System
Emory Delivery System
Emory Delivery System
Loma Linda Delivery System
Loma Linda Delivery System
Tracy and Clark Delivery System
Tracy and Clark Delivery System
Yuse Delivery System
Yuse Delivery System
Code Blue!
Going under the knife?
Frank Yuse with Kathleen O'Connor
Contestant Frank Yuse with Kathleen O'Connor
Frank and Kathleen
Contestant Frank Yuse and Kathleen O'Connor
Blog Roll
The content of this page will appear on the right hand side of the "Second Opinion" blog in the "Blog Roll" portlet.
Second Opinion
The content of this page will appear in the "About" box on the left side of the "Second Opinion" blog.
About the Author
 
Kathleen O'Connor with Declaration
CodeBlueNow! founder, Kathleen O’Connor, with the Declaration for the Health of America.
Health System Comparison Chart
 
Microsoft Brings Medical Technology into the 21st Century
 
The United States
 
Medical Records
 
Malpractice Around the World
 
France Factsheet
 
Germany Factsheet
 
Japan Factsheet
 
Faithful Reform Newsletter
 
CBN Papers 1
 
CBN Papers Heuther
 
CBN Papers Myglynn
 
CBN Papers Case
 
CBN Papers Erickson
 
CBN Papers Ray Rogers
 
Dear Governor Letter
 
Achilles of Health Care
Article by Senator Tom Coburn and Regina Herzlinger.
May 10 post
It’s Time to Talk Values What we are not hearing in the health care reform debate is a discussion of values. The debate gets mired down in whether health care is a right or a responsibility; whether it is government run or privatized.
It's Time to Talk Values
What we are not hearing in the health care reform debate is a discussion of values. The debate gets mired down in whether health care is a right or a responsibility; whether it is government run or privatized.
In Their Voices:
In Their Voices: Common Ground, Common Sense and Consensus on Reform

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