David discusses the impact of telehealth, why it 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.
Almost one-quarter of medical school graduates cannot further their education and training because of limits on the available training slot.
Gordon spent years interviewing and surveying patients to understand their hidden and not-so-hidden sentiments to health insurance and doctors.
What is the psychological toll of a global pandemic, and how does the fallout expose systemic problems with American healthcare?
The global pandemic exposed serious problems within the American healthcare system.
They discuss pre-existing conditions in direct care and the impact they have on the insurance system.
David Balat discusses the complex history of health insurance and why it is now linked with employers.
John Chamberlain discusses what needs to change to lower healthcare costs.
Who helps heal the healers and why do so many doctors in our country choose to take their own lives instead of asking for help?