DetailsWhat is our present culture of health? And how can the NHS and state meet our needs? Will problems of under-capacity and insufficient patient choice be solved by further injections of tax-payers' cash? Or is it time to rethink the whole idea of a tax-funded health system? Where should we look for ideas? While politicians extol the virtues of other European health systems, how can we effectively measure and compare outcomes across wildly different contexts? Speakers include: Martin McKee, professor of European Public Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; Evan Harris, MP; George Rae chair of the BMA's Representative Committee, and a GP; and Nick Bosanquet, professor of Health Policy at Imperial College. In the chair is Shereen El Feki, healthcare correspondent at the Economist.