On a sunny June morning last year, more than 100 medical personnel from around the world are ferried by bus to the foothills of the Chugach Mountains on the outskirts of Anchorage, Alaska. They arrive at the medical campus of Southcentral Foundation (SCF), an Alaska Native tribal health organization. They have come from as far away as Singapore, South Africa, and Australia to learn about a revolutionary model of health reform. As the visitors disembark, smartphones in hand, a black bear and her...
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