On this episode of Healthcare Americana, host Christopher Habig, CEO of Freedom Healthworks, is joined by Dr. Allison Edwards, Medical Director at Sesame. Together, they explore the impact of medical schools prioritizing specialties over everyday care. They also explain how Direct Primary Care (DPC) leads to fewer patient referrals to specialists. The conversation extends to the limitations of hospitals and the confusion surrounding their decision to pull back from virtual care. Several concerning statistics are touched upon, including average patient wait times, the number of delayed care cases in 2022, and the staggering number of American deaths resulting from such delays. Chris and Dr. Edwards conclude by sharing their personal experiences of working for large corporations, which ultimately motivated them to start and own their own businesses. Join them as they unravel the evolution of healthcare, address patient concerns, and explore ways to enhance trust and patient experience in the medical field.

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