On this week’s episode of KRCU’s Going Public, after years without one, Missouri finally has a prescription drug monitoring program. But some say it might not do what’s needed. Then six months ago, 97 of Missouri’s 114 counties only had one insurance provider.
Coming up ideas on the next steps in healthcare reform from the president of the American Medical Association. Also, Southeast Missouri State University President Dr. Carlos Vargas joins us to talk about the latest program to help student athletes prepare for the future. And later on in the show, the Cape Girardeau Police Department will soon have body cameras. Also, we’re giving you some eye safety tips for watching this year’s eclipse.