Insights for 11-12-19

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"Too many Americans who are poor and considered the “working poor” are locked out of the front door to the health care system. For many, the process of obtaining and maintaining coverage is still too difficult, and this lack of health care impacts their ability to contribute as much as they could to our collective community and to America."

Bernard J. Tyson, who served as chairman and chief executive officer of Kaiser Permanente until his death Sunday morning, writing in Time magazine in 2017 about why “health care must mean more than coverage.” Tyson was 60 years old.