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    Dr. Ted Epperly is the CEO of Family Medicine Residency of Idaho in Boise. He offers his perspective on how to fix the complicated health care system in the United States. "We should have health care as being a basic right," he says. "All people deserve a well-coordinated health care system that keeps them healthy."

Dr. Ted Epperly is the CEO of Family Medicine Residency of Idaho in Boise. He offers his perspective on how to fix the complicated health care system in the United States. "We should have health care as being a basic right," he says. "All people deserve a well-coordinated health care system that keeps them healthy." Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Dr. Ted Epperly is the CEO of Family Medicine Residency of Idaho in Boise. He offers his perspective on how to fix the complicated health care system in the United States. "We should have health care as being a basic right," he says. "All people deserve a well-coordinated health care system that keeps them healthy." Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

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