One measure of the troubled state of U.S. health care is the hordes of idealistic young people lining up to fix it. . . . students are pouring into health policy classes in economics, political science, history, and public health departments. Many plan on making health policy their career.
"I tell some of my friends that are a few years younger then me, if they are interested in politics and what is going on -- take policy courses. Health policy is something that affects us and it's going to affect us in the long run," said Chang, who hopes to attend law school.