Scott Borden discusses health savings accounts, where they came from, what they do, and how they interact with direct primary care memberships.
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. Robert Goldberg talks about the concept of tabloid medicine.
Cristy Gupton talks with Chris about small and large employers handling benefit plans for their employees in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Wax shares why 75% of physicians under the age of 45 are employed and how 22% of medical students say they plan to own a practice in the future.
Yakopin also discusses problems with the way we think about health insurance and how that is changing.
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.