Chris is joined by attorneys Ike Willet and Steve Lokensgard to discuss the common misconceptions and pitfalls of doing business as a physician.
They discuss the growth and impact of the health coaching industry and why it has grown so much in recent years.
What are health savings accounts? Where did they came from?
Chris is joined by Dr. Kendrick Johnson of Ark Family Health. They discuss a shared background and how important it is to align incentives to any job worth doing, not just in medical care.
Chris is joined by Colleen Ingraham, COO of the Prairie Spine & Pain Institute, to discuss the effort it takes to show people they can become educated consumers.
Dr. Isaac Engholm, owner and physician of Deploy Health Family Practice, joins Chris Habig to tell his story of his direct care practice and the work he is doing in his local community.
Chris has talked about the bottleneck that exists in physician training which is medical school to residency.
Chris is joined by Congresswoman Victoria Spartz, fresh off an election victory, to discuss ways that real healthcare reform can become a reality.
Host Chris Habig is joined by Dr. Jake DeWitt. a direct primary care physician at Westfield Premier Physicians, to discuss the concept of opportunity costs and how it relates to physicians.
The internet is a source of great information and empowerment, but it has been too often co-opted into spreading misleading, even dangerous information, particularly about healthcare.