Friday, March 29, 2019

What Can Italy Teach the Rest of the World About Health?

A version of the Epilogue of my upcoming book, Dottoressa: An American Doctor in Rome, has been published by The Local, an excellent online magazine that describes itself as "the largest English-language news network in Europe."  
Non-subscribers are supposed to be able to access my article free, hassle-free – if anyone has any trouble doing so, please let me know right away and I will post the entire text here at Stethoscope!!!
In its book review, Publishers Weekly happened to single out the Epilogue – which in the book is titled "A Moral, Or Three" – for praise: "A timely epilogue discusses the Affordable Care Act from her unique position as an American expat and an Italian physician, with Levenstein reflecting on how Italians, despite widespread dissatisfaction with their own health system, manage to live more healthily than Americans.”—Publishers Weekly

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