Chris is joined by Congresswoman Victoria Spartz, fresh off an election victory, to discuss ways that real healthcare reform can become a reality.
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.
Cristy Gupton, President of Custom Benefits Solutions, talks with Chris about small and large employers handling benefit plans for their employees in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Craig Wax, family physician and founder of Independent Physicians for Patient Independence, joins Chris on the show to discuss why 75% of physicians under the age of 45 are employed.
Chris is join by Tom Yakopin, the National Marketing Director for New Era Health Plans.
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”.
Dr. Kimberly Legg Corba brainstorms ideas, successes, and obstacles to getting more physicians to move into independent direct primary care.
John Chamberlain talks about the explosive growth of administrators and bureaucrats relative to the increase in people responsible for caring for us.