Q & A: Warne Discusses Indian Health Care
Donald Warne, a clinical professor at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, was interviewed for a Q&A in The Arizona Republic on Tuesday, Jan. 16. In an Arizona Living article, headlined, “Improved Indian health care discussed,” Warne talks about the inadequate level of funding for health care for Native Americans.
“If you’re a convicted federal prisoner, you have double the (health) resources than if you’re a Native American child,” he told reporter Sadie Jo Smokey.
Smokey’s article was an advance of the first American Indian Health Policy Conference, to be hosted by the American Indian Health Management & Policy, Inc. (AIHMP), on Thursday, Jan. 18, and Friday, Jan. 19, at the Fort McDowell Reservation. Warne is president and CEO of AIHMP.
Read the article here.