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Part II: Television Productions, 1986-2009 (continued)
"Challenge to America," 1991-1998 (continued)
BOX 277 Research briefs, 1992
(2 folders)
BOX 277 Unpreparedness, 1991-1993
BOX 277 Program 2: "The Heart of the Nation"
BOX 277 Advisor comments, 1993
BOX 277 Community, 1992-1993
BOX 277 Education, 1993
BOX 277 Fact-checking, 1993
BOX 277 Individual group, 1992-1993
BOX 277 Interview materials, 1993
BOX 278 Research briefs, 1992-1993
(2 folders)
BOX 278 Shoot materials, 1993
BOX 278 Thurow, Lester, 1993
BOX 278 Program 3: "The Culture of Commerce"
BOX 278 Advisor comments, 1993
BOX 278 Banking industry, 1993
BOX 278 Caterpillar (company), 1993
BOX 278 Fact-checking, 1992-1993
BOX 278 German research and development, 1993
BOX 279 Managerial capitalism, 1992-1993
(2 folders)
BOX 279 Research briefs, 1992-1993
(2 folders)
BOX 279 Science for sale, 1993
(2 folders)
BOX 279 Shoot materials, 1993
BOX 279 Steel industry, 1992-1993
BOX 279 Story ideas, 1992
BOX 279 Program 4: "Winning Strategies"
BOX 279 Advisor comments, 1993
BOX 280 Business education, 1993
BOX 280 Fact-checking, 1993
BOX 280 Ford Motor Co., 1993
BOX 280 Motorola, 1993
BOX 280 Panelists, 1993
(2 folders)
BOX 280 Research briefs, 1992-1993
(2 folders)
BOX 281 Sematech, 1993
BOX 281 Shoot materials, 1993
BOX 281 Studio discussion, 1993
(2 folders)
BOX 281 Sequel
BOX 281 Advisors, 1994
BOX 281 Apprenticeships, 1994-1995
(2 folders)
BOX 281 Berkeley BioTech High School, 1994
BOX 281 Co-management, 1995
BOX 282 Educational reform, 1994-1997
(2 folders)
BOX 282 Employment policy, 1994
BOX 282 High school reform, 1994-1995
(2 folders)
BOX 282 International business, 1994-1995
BOX 282 Labor management, 1994-1995
BOX 282 Management retraining, 1994-1995
BOX 282 Networking, 1994-1995
BOX 283 Notes, 1994-1995
BOX 283 Oakland Health Academy, 1994-1995
BOX 283 Planning, 1994-1995
BOX 283 Private-public partnerships, 1992-1995
BOX 283 Proposals, 1994
DF Proposals, digital files, 1994
Digital ID: mss62065_198_176
BOX 283 Quality, 1994-1995
BOX 283 Responsible capitalism, 1994-1995
BOX 283 Small business exporting, 1994-1995
BOX 283 Technology innovation, 1995
BOX 284 Travel, 1994-1995
(2 folders)
BOX 284 United States workplace, 1994-1995
BOX 284 Worker retraining, 1994-1995
BOX 284 Staff, 1993
BOX 284 Station carriage, 1993-1994
BOX 284 Stock footage, 1993
BOX 284 Stock footage log, 1993
(2 folders)
DF Stock footage log, digital files, 1993
Digital ID: mss62065_198_514
BOX 285 Support
BOX 285 Contracts, 1992-1993
(2 folders)
BOX 285 Fundraising, 1992
BOX 285 Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission, 1993
BOX 285 Miscellany, 1993
BOX 285 Nippon Hōsō Kyōkai (NHK), 1992-1994
(3 folders)
BOX 286 NOVA, 1991
BOX 286 Presse aund Informationsamt der Bundesregierung, 1993
BOX 286 Proposal, 1992
BOX 286 Public Broadcasting Service, 1993-1994
BOX 286 Sloan Foundation, 1993
BOX 286 Tamaki Foundation, 1992
BOX 286 Underwriting proposal, 1992
BOX 286 WETA-TV, 1992-1993
(2 folders)
BOX 286 View from the Top, 1993
(2 folders)
BOX 287 Viewer responses, 1994
(4 folders)
BOX 287-325 "Critical Condition," 1997-2001
"Critical Condition" is a four-part series that investigates the American healthcare system. The first segment, “The Quality Gap,” looks at how medical errors kills thousands of Americans every year. Specific story topics include a Veterans Affairs hospital and how heart surgeries are reported in New York and Northern New England hospitals. “The Chronically Ill” explores how managed care is covered by insurance companies Humana and Kasier Permanente. As the financial objectives of insurance companies conflict with treating chronically ill patients, coverage is often denied. “The Idealistic HMO” looks at Kaiser Permanente as a not-for-profit HMO (health maintenance organization) and their AIDS and diabetes programs, whose patients require costly continual treatment. “The Uninsured” segment focuses on the working poor, those with employers who do not provide health insurance cannot afford to pay for medical coverage on their own. Smith looks at Tenn-Care in Tennessee and the Child Health Insurance Program, both programs created to cover the uninsured, and how they both help and fall short in their efforts. This production was created in conjunction with "Dr. Solomon’s Dilemma," and may contain related information. Materials include production bibles, interview transcripts, research, digital files, segment planning documents, and interview transcript pulls.
Arranged alphabetically by topic or material type.
BOX 287 Advisors, 2000
BOX 287 Awards, 2001
(2 folders)
BOX 287 Contacts, 1998
DF Contacts, digital files, 1998
Digital ID: mss62065_198_144
Digital ID: mss62065_198_145
Digital ID: mss62065_198_146
BOX 287 Credits, 2000
DF Digital files, 1998-1999
Digital ID: mss62065_198_003
Digital ID: mss62065_198_130
Digital ID: mss62065_198_134
Digital ID: mss62065_198_142
Digital ID: mss62065_198_143
Digital ID: mss62065_198_148
Digital ID: mss62065_198_156
BOX 288 Interview transcripts
BOX 288 California, 2000
(2 folders)
BOX 288 Index, 2000
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