How the CEO of Game Show Network Became an Advocate for Health Care Reform

During the height of the congressional debate over health care reform in 2009, David Goldhill, the CEO of Game Show Network, authored an Atlantic article, “How American Health Care Killed My Father,” which shared his personal experience to show why the system had to be radically altered to change poor service and ineffective quality.

Tonight he appears on a CNN special, “Global Lessons: The GPS Road Map for Saving Health Care,” part of a quarterly series on American renewal hosted by Fareed Zakaria.

In his interview with Zakaria here, Goldhill suggests that the system will start to change once consumers have a better handle on prices, not exactly an endorsement of the Affordable Care Act, which leaves the system of insurance coverage in place. The entire special is shown tonight at 8 p.m. ET and PT.

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