Howard Forman and Harlan Krumholz, two Yale physician-professors, discuss the latest news and ideas in healthcare and seek out the truth amid the noise. Produced with the Yale School of Management.
Howie and Harlan are joined by Yale cardiologist Erica Spatz to discuss the benefits of making treatment decisions in collaboration with patients, and the challenges of shifting to a more patient-centered approach.
Why Are We Paying for Ineffective Treatments?
Howie and Harlan discuss the financial, institutional, and psychological forces encouraging the use of unproven and disproven treatments and tests that drive up healthcare costs.
Will AI Transform Radiology?
Howie, a Yale emergency department radiologist, and Harlan discuss whether artificial intelligence will replace human radiologists—or help them do their jobs better.
Howie and Harlan consider what medical schools can do differently to identify and train the doctors we’ll need in the future
Boosters and Nocebos
Harlan and Howie talk about the process of deciding whether to get boosters and about a study exploring the nocebo effect in statin users who complain of side effects