Tenth Talks: Dell Medical School's vice dean talks about fixing health care
Watch Mini Kahlon, the vice dean of the University of Texas at Austin's Dell Medical School, talk about an opportunity for radical change when it comes to health care. Kahlon's speech is part of a Tribune series on the next 10 years of Texas.
During an episode of Tenth Talks — a Texas Tribune video series on the next 10 years of Texas — Mini Kahlon, the vice dean of the University of Texas at Austin's Dell Medical School, says the next decade presents an opportunity for a radical rethinking — not just of how we treat disease, but how we prevent it in the first place. You can watch her presentation above.
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