"A Podcast With A Plan to Fix Healthcare" with Dr. Robert Pearl, Jeremy Corr and Guests
FHC #60: Don Berwick on ‘breaking the rules for better patient care’
Returning to the podcast this week is a household name in medicine, Dr. Don Berwick, who made his first appearance on the show in season one. Back then, Don said ...
CTT #63: What causes ‘Covid-19 rebound’ after Paxlovid?
Dr. Anthony Fauci recently credited the antiviral drug Paxlovid with keeping him out of the hospital. That was after he tested positive a second time for Covid-19. Following a course ...
FHC #59: Diving deep into SCOTUS rulings & drug-industry rules
This Fixing Healthcare podcast series, “Diving Deep,” probes into some of healthcare’s most complex topics and deep-seated problems. On today’s episode, hosts Dr. Robert Pearl and Jeremy Corr dive deep ...
FHC #58: An unfiltered look at inauthenticity in medicine
“I wish I was more authentic, more transparent, more myself from the very beginning (rather) than trying to create a character or a persona,” said Dr. Zubin Damania (aka ZDoggMD) ...
FHC #57: Dr. Rod Rohrich on how to change the rules of medicine
Dr. Rod Rohrich has broken the unwritten rules of medicine across his career. He turned a traditional paper-only, medical journal into a digitized force, full of videos and evidence-based rankings ...
CTT #62: Has the pandemic ‘frozen’ kids emotionally, socially?
The New York Times surveyed 362 school counselors on the effects of the pandemic on children. The results were both predictable and troubling. Not only have kids fallen behind 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!
Episode #25…I believe that the doctor interviewed is very inebriated..I stopped listening after all the slurring.
Good information but lacking in delivery
I’ve listened to a few podcasts and frequently find myself drifting off. It often sounds like the hosts are reading from a script rather than having a natural conversation.