Next Generation Medicine--the podcast tailor made to empower the next generation of doctors with principles of liberty. By listening, you will have a deeper understanding of why the patient-doctor relationship is central to a better healthcare system and how competitive markets unleash the creativity needed to achieve affordable, quality healthcare.
#54 Gayle Brekke is an actuary and doctoral student at University of Kansas doing research on DPC.
Gayle Brekke explores the proper role of insurance companies and how DPC can challenge the status-quo of US healthcare.
Society of Actuaries DPC study:
#53 Leah Houston, MD is a founding partner of HPEC
Leah Houston, MD says a hospital stole her identity. To prevent this from happening to other physicians Dr Houston wants utilize block chain technology to create a self-soverign digitial identity for doctors.
HPEC website: www.hpec.io
Twitter: @LeahHoustonMD & @HPECid
#52 Zak Holdsworth is the CEO of the DPC solutions company Hint Health
Zak grew up on a farm in New Zealand and from a young age dreamed of going to Silicon Valley. He made his dream come true and is the CEO of Hint in San Francisco. Hint (which stands for Health Intelligence) works with doctors that want to remove 3rd party payers from their practice.
#51 James Price talks of his experience fighting to end Step 2 Clinical Skills and testifying before Wisconsin State Assembly about DPC.
James Price is a 4th year medical student who fought to end Step 2 Clinical Skills. In its current state James believes Step 2 CS' cost outweighs the benefit. James also tells us about his experience testifying about DPC before the Wisconsin State Assembly.
#50 Naomi Lopez Bauman is the Director of Healthcare Policy at the Goldwater Institute
Naomi Lopez Bauman is the Director of Healthcare Policy at the Goldwater Institute. Naomi joins NexGenMed to share why she believes DPC could become a vital part of US healthcare and her thoughts on prescription drug costs and possible solutions.
#49 Rafael Fonseca, MD shares his thoughts on the fiduciary responsibility of the physician to the patient
Rafael Fonseca, MD is a consultant in the Division of Hematology and Oncology at the Mayo clinic in Arizona and a visiting healthcare fellow at Goldwater Institute. Dr. Fonseca discusses the fiduciary responsibility of the physician to the patient.
By med students, for med students
Medical students are focused on learning medicine—as they should be. However, there is a lot beyond medicine that will affect their ability to practice as physicians upon graduation. NexGenMed is like the other side of medical school—preparing our future doctors for what lies in store for them if we don't get healthcare policy back on track.
Benjamin Rush Institute stands for freedom in medicine, and protecting the patient-doctor relationship as the fundamental bedrock of healthcare. Entrepreneurship, not regulations, will drive healthcare costs down and increase quality and access.
Next Generation Medicine tells us how to get there, and why.