David Goldhill, CEO & Founder of Sesame, a direct to patient marketplace to discuss the impact of telehealth, why this is considered a big innovation and why innovation in healthcare is continuously stymied.
Today’s show is a warning to doctors who are overworked and are asked to trust their employer.
Dr. Faarina Khan, chief assistant physician at the Medina Clinic in Missouri, talks about her experience attempting to find a residency match as well as her efforts to expand opportunities for our “forgotten future doctors”.
Chris is back hosting the podcast and speaks with author Deb Gordon about her new book, “The Health Care Consumer’s Manifesto”.
What is the psychological toll of a global pandemic, and how does the fallout expose systemic problems with American healthcare?
Dr. Mahek Shah, physician-executive and strategic advisor to Fortune 500 companies, discusses how the disruption caused by the crisis may create space for more innovation to flourish, like competitive pricing transparency and direct care.
President and co-founder of Freedom Healthworks, Adam Habig, fills in for Chris on this episode and chats with Terry Wilcox, executive director of Patients Rising.
Adam Habig, fills in for Chris on this episode and chats with Dr. Katarina Lindley.
David Balat discusses the complex history of health insurance and why it is now linked with employers.
Dr. Kimberly Legg Corba brainstorms ideas, successes, and obstacles to getting more physicians to move into independent direct primary care.