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     September 11, 2018      #42-254 PB1 0
A 'broad-brush' look at a system based on ideals
A 'broad-brush' look at a system based on ideals

By Anne Halliwell

Can you make a feel-good film about healthcare in 2018?

Documentarian and filmmaker Ken Burns may have done it in “The Mayo Clinic: Faith–Hope-Science,” which had its premiere in a special public event Monday night in Rochester and airs on PBS starting Sept. 25.

Burns, who receives checkups at the clinic, said he was fascinated by the clinic’s history and “secret sauce,” as he calls the patient-first mentality he experienced there.

“I began to collect more ...

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Anne Halliwell Anne writes for Rochester Magazine and the Post Bulletin. She hails from Lafayette, Indiana and enjoys reading, tea-drinking, and her cat, Newt Scameownder.