"A Podcast With A Plan to Fix Healthcare" with Dr. Robert Pearl, Jeremy Corr and Guests
FHC #107: Amy C. Edmonson on ‘failing well’ in medicine
It’s no secret that doctors hold themselves to incredibly high standards, driven by a dedication to patients and a desire to save lives. It’s also understood that, in medicine, self-imposed ...
FHC #106: ZDoggMD on patient anxiety, medical bias & the Barbie movie
He’s back! Dr. Zubin Damania (aka ZDoggMD), one of the show’s most popular returning guests, rejoins Fixing Healthcare hosts Dr. Robert Pearl and Jeremy Corr for a heartfelt look at ...
FHC #105: Diving deep into the good, bad and ugly of U.S. healthcare
Albert Einstein pointed out that time is relative. And when it comes to healthcare, five years can feel like a long and short amount of time. That’s certainly true of ...
MTT #76: Can Rx weight-loss drugs help prevent heart attacks, too?
The weight-loss drug Wegovy reduces serious heart disease, the nation’s No. 1 cause of death, according to a new clinical trial. Proponents of the drug describe this finding as an ...
FHC #104: Robert Burgelman on strategic leadership in healthcare
Dr. Robert Burgelman is the Edmund W. Littlefield Professor of Management and the Director of the Executive Program at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. As a worldwide expert on ...
FHC #103: Too much or not enough in American healthcare?
This “Unfiltered” episode of Fixing Healthcare welcomes back Dr. Jonathan Fisher, a respected cardiologist and renowned advocate for physician well-being, for a fascinating debate about American healthcare. Alongside cohost Jeremy ...
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.