Can patients get what the doctor orders? In AfPA’s Patient Access Podcast, you’ll hear physicians, researchers, patients and advocates hash out the issues that impact access to approved medicines and appropriate health care.
Insurance Denials Leave Infants Unprotected
In this episode, Suzanne Staebler, DNP unpacks new data showing that vulnerable infants are denied access to preventive treatment for RSV.
The Real Story on Gout
Renowned expert Larry Edwards, MD, explains why history has given gout a bad rap -- and why patients need reliable resources to get the real story.
Tardive Dyskinesia Patients’ New Resource
In this episode, Kathleen Shea explains how her experience with tardive dyskinesia motivated her to create an organization to support other patients with TD.
How Insurers Hold Headache Patients Back
Modern medicine has changed the way people living with headache and migraine disease can manage their condition. But Carol Barch, MN FNP-BC, explains how insurers’ policies are holding patients back.
Moms, Don't Underestimate the Benefits of Seafood
Tom Brenna, PhD, has a recommendation for expectant and breastfeeding moms: Don't leave the benefits of seafood on the table.
America's Heart Disease Crisis
In this episode, Dharmesh Patel, MD, explains how patient-centered care and prevention can help reverse the rising incidence of heart disease.