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If you’ve read something provocative, thoughtful or mildly outrageous about health care in recent years (sample headline: “Why I Hope to Die at 75”), there’s a decent chance the author was Ezekiel Emanuel, M.D. — oncologist, bioethicist and White House adviser on Obamacare. You’ll find him keynoting at medical conferences, arguing about health care costs or research ethics If you’ve read something provocative, thoughtful or mildly outrageous about health care in recent years (sample headline: “Why I Hope to Die at 75”), there’s a decent chance the author was Ezekiel Emanuel, M.D. — oncologist, bioethicist and White House adviser on Obamacare. You’ll find him keynoting at medical conferences, arguing about health care costs or research ethics, and expounding in the New York Times opinion pages about seniors and unsafe sex. In short, Ezekiel Emanuel is an opinionated dervish who was writing books about health care reform long before it was clear he’d have a seat at the table when it finally materialized. In this extensive interview with journalist Paula Span, Dr. Emanuel discussed his pride in the Affordable Care Act, his controversial views on physician-assisted suicide (“a big, big distraction”), and growing up with his two extraordinary brothers (Rahm, the former White House chief of staff and current mayor of Chicago, and Ari, the Hollywood uber-agent). Plus, raisin challah French toast. Paula Span, a veteran journalist, writes the New Old Age column, about aging and caregiving, for the New York Times and teaches at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She is the author of “When the Time Comes: Families With Aging Parents Share Their Struggles and Solutions.” Cover design by Adil Dara.


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If you’ve read something provocative, thoughtful or mildly outrageous about health care in recent years (sample headline: “Why I Hope to Die at 75”), there’s a decent chance the author was Ezekiel Emanuel, M.D. — oncologist, bioethicist and White House adviser on Obamacare. You’ll find him keynoting at medical conferences, arguing about health care costs or research ethics If you’ve read something provocative, thoughtful or mildly outrageous about health care in recent years (sample headline: “Why I Hope to Die at 75”), there’s a decent chance the author was Ezekiel Emanuel, M.D. — oncologist, bioethicist and White House adviser on Obamacare. You’ll find him keynoting at medical conferences, arguing about health care costs or research ethics, and expounding in the New York Times opinion pages about seniors and unsafe sex. In short, Ezekiel Emanuel is an opinionated dervish who was writing books about health care reform long before it was clear he’d have a seat at the table when it finally materialized. In this extensive interview with journalist Paula Span, Dr. Emanuel discussed his pride in the Affordable Care Act, his controversial views on physician-assisted suicide (“a big, big distraction”), and growing up with his two extraordinary brothers (Rahm, the former White House chief of staff and current mayor of Chicago, and Ari, the Hollywood uber-agent). Plus, raisin challah French toast. Paula Span, a veteran journalist, writes the New Old Age column, about aging and caregiving, for the New York Times and teaches at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She is the author of “When the Time Comes: Families With Aging Parents Share Their Struggles and Solutions.” Cover design by Adil Dara.

30 review for Ezekiel Emanuel: The Kindle Singles Interview (Kindle Single)

  1. 4 out of 5

    katen moore

    very interesting because Ms. Span is an excellent intereviewer...but unfortunately Dr. Emanuel continues to work in a world populated by doctors....so even tho 5 stars.....UGH

  2. 4 out of 5

    K. Kumar

    I realy liked this short interview, especially the discussion of meaningful work, relationships, and play. I did not agree with all the points, but it was thought provoking.

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