During this episode, you’ll learn why Dr. Breeze thinks the best time to start a business is when you are mad!
Behavioral Health Specialist, Yisroel Wahl discusses how people can learn to embrace these changes and challenges.
Dr. Paula Muto explains how her services are bringing value to all specialties.
Dr. Mary Talley Bowden started her own cash pay holistic practice to elevate the care she provides and to provide an affordable service to her patients.
Troy Reichert discusses how specialists are making it easier for people to afford care.
Chris is joined by attorneys Ike Willet and Steve Lokensgard to discuss the common misconceptions and pitfalls of doing business as a physician.
Dr. Isaac Engholm tells his story of his direct care practice and the work he is doing in his local community.
During this episode, they explain their experiences with the broken system and ways to make it better.
Indiana Congresswoman Victoria Spartz discusses how real healthcare reform can become a reality.
Dr. Jake DeWitt discusses the concept of opportunity costs and how it relates to physicians.