“In The Long Fix, Vivian Lee M.D. crisply diagnoses the imperative to repair America’s health care

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In The Long Fix, Vivian Lee M.D. crisply diagnoses the imperative to repair America’s health care system and offers understandable principles as a guide."


“In The Long Fix, Vivian Lee M.D. crisply diagnoses the imperative to repair America’s health care system and offers understandable principles as a guide. She lights a path forward by applying lessons and observations from her unique experiences as a physician, health system leader, and now technology executive. This book matters to patients and their families. It matters to Americans who care about the economic future of our nation. It especially matters to government leaders and health care executives we depend on to find strategies that work for everyone.”— MICHAEL LEAVITT, FORMER GOVERNOR UTAH & US SEC OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES


“Deeply researched, clearly written, and with a wealth of examples and colorful anecdotes, The Long Fix is necessary reading for anyone seeking to understand—and, more importantly, repair—our ailing healthcare system. Few people have the breadth and depth of Vivian Lee’s experience, and her pragmatic, results-oriented approach offers a compelling and convincing blueprint for doctors, health care professionals, patients, and legislators, on both sides of the aisle.”— ERIC SCHMIDT, FORMER CEO GOOGLE


“She’s calling for a health care revolution. The radical first step: Listen to patients.” — CASEY ROSS, STATNEWS

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