American Hospitals: Healing a Broken System

PRESENTED BY: Meaningful Movies Spokane with UUCS
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6:00 PM, Saturday, February 24, 2024 PST
Location: Spokane (click for map)

Join Meaningful Movies Spokane for an in-person screening of American Hospitals: Healing a Broken System. A new movie and provocative look at the cost and inequities of American Hospitals, often more motivated by money and power than in providing for the healthcare needs of individuals and the communities they were founded to serve. From the filmmakers behind the hit documentaries Fix It: Healthcare at the Tipping Point, Big Money Agenda, and Big Pharma.

Discussion following the film.

 

Cost: Free

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Release Year: 2023

Running Time: 60

Director: Richard Master

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  1. Efan
    #1 Efan 16 February, 2024, 17:50

    How does one watch this if we cannot go to Spokane? Is there a way to see this online?

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    • Melinda Raebyne
      Melinda Raebyne 19 February, 2024, 17:19

      Hi,
      Thank you for reaching out to us. Right now, the only way to see the film through MMP is attending the in-person screening in Spokane. Other groups might be screening it the future. If so, it’ll be posted on our website. Do you get our weekly newsletter? We post about our upcoming on there too.

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  2. Melinda Raebyne
    #2 Melinda Raebyne 19 February, 2024, 17:02

    Hi. Thank you for reaching out to us. Right now, the only way to see the film through MMP is attending the in-person screening in Spokane. Other groups might be screening it the future. If so, it’ll be posted on our website. Do you get our weekly newsletter? We post about our upcoming on there too.

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