"A Podcast With A Plan to Fix Healthcare" with Dr. Robert Pearl, Jeremy Corr and Guests
FHC #115: The bioethical dilemma of saving life ‘at any cost’
The 21st century has granted humanity incredible access to medications and procedures that can extend life almost indefinitely. Ventilators can breathe for us, intravenous tubes and pumps can nourish us, ...
FHC #114: An unfiltered look at empathy in medicine
This “Unfiltered” episode of Fixing Healthcare welcomes back Dr. Jonathan Fisher, a respected cardiologist and renowned advocate for physician well-being. Today’s show leads with an up-close look at a subject ...
FHC #113: Diving deep into Dr. ChatGPT and healthcare ‘skimping’
Listeners of Fixing Healthcare keep writing in and reaching out with questions about two hot-button healthcare topics: the high price of healthcare and the impact generative AI (like ChatGPT) will ...
FHC #112: How the culture of medicine can change
Season eight of the Fixing Healthcare podcast continues its focus on the role of leadership in driving change. Our guest today is an expert in this area. Jenny Chatman is ...
MTT #78: How high will premiums rise? How low will patient satisfaction go?
This year, the cost of health insurance for a working family of four exceeded $24,000 for the first time ever. That’s up 7% from last year (the largest rate increase ...
FHC #111: Among wealthy nations, U.S. docs rank average for burnout
This “Unfiltered” episode of Fixing Healthcare welcomes back Dr. Jonathan Fisher, a respected cardiologist and renowned advocate for physician well-being. Today’s show leads with an in-depth look at bias. In ...
Robert and Jeremy, hosts of the Fixing Healthcare podcast, highlight all aspects of healthcare and more in this can’t miss podcast! The hosts and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!
Promotional scripting basically
After listening to an “interview “ that was really a scripted set of questions and answers that amounted to nothing more than an hour of promotional material for Kaiser permanente medical Group. None of this is a honest, or critical look at the current healthcare in the US, just a scripted reading of promotional material by whoever is pushing it. No thanks!
This is an interesting podcast and has potential. However, it sounds like they write up their comments then just read it. It would be far better for him to just have a monologue with the audience using notes, not a script, and speaking freely.