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Best Affordable Care Act podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Affordable Care Act podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Battleground Wisconsin is Citizen Action of Wisconsin’s weekly podcast that features the latest political news from the front lines in the embattled state of Wisconsin. The show features: · Tanya Atkinson, Executive Director, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin · Robert Kraig, Executive Director, Citizen Action of Wisconsin · Matt Brusky, Deputy Director, Citizen Action of Wisconsin.
 
Health Care Rounds is a weekly podcast developed for health care leaders who are at the forefront of health care delivery and payment reform. Join Darwin Research Group founder and CEO John Marchica as he discusses the latest advancements in health care business news and policy developments, including interviews with dynamic leaders in health care. John is a veteran health care strategist and is leading ongoing research initiatives on health care delivery systems and value-based care. Health ...
 
Conversations with MIT Medical is a monthly series of 10-minute interviews with members of MIT Medical’s staff on a topic of importance to the community of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Topics range from travel vaccines and sexual health, to concerns about the affordable care act and how to cope with a lack of sleep. Curious about whether or not a specific primary care provider is the right one for you? One of our podcasts could help you decide.
 
The Lipscomb and Pitts Insurance Compliance Director, Sarah Gillespie and a first class ERISA attorney share key Affordable Care Act and compliance hot topics all in 15 minutes or less. This podcast gives interested individuals a short nugget of information on specific benefits compliance items or ACA related topics that will help them better do their job or understand the requirements. Our topics will be specific and brief, and guidance will be provided by a first class ERISA attorney. And ...
 
JCO Oncology Practice (JCO OP) provides oncologists and other oncology professionals with information and tools to enhance practice efficiency and promote a high standard for quality of patient care. The goal of JCO OP is to be the authoritative resource on clinical and administrative management for practicing oncologists. The Journal includes original research, feature articles, and section columns on various issues pertinent to daily practice operations, all of which are subject to peer re ...
 
Staff at the National Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems break down what is at stake at the federal level for the US health care system. These experts comb through legislation and policy from Congress and the Administration, as well as the US Department of Health and Human Services and other agencies. Learn more about issues related to health care reform and the Affordable Care Act.
 
MediStrategy with Kip Piper offers informative interviews with healthcare leaders and insights on hot business and policy issues in Medicare, Medicaid, and health reform. Health executives, policymakers, entrepreneurs, authors, and other influencers share challenges and opportunities in America’s rapidly changing $3.2 trillion health care system. MediStrategy is hosted by Kip Piper, a national expert on Medicaid, Medicare, and the Affordable Care Act (ACA or Obamacare). An influential consul ...
 
The Black Women’s Health Imperative (Imperative) is the place where Black women’s health matters! For more than 25, the Imperative has been a leader in promoting optimum health for Black women across the life span – physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Its vision is to develop information, resources and programs that help Black women become informed stewards of their own health and well-bring. Through advocacy, education and leadership development, the Imperative has touched th ...
 
The Trend is where we discuss ideas, challenge assumptions, and meet new people. Host Micah Schweizer delves into issues that reflect and impact the place we live. Topics range from serious to light-hearted, always with the intent to discover, inform, and engage.
 
The official podcast of America's Physician Groups inspires and educates listeners as they discuss current issues in the healthcare value movement with medical experts and leaders. APG has almost 300 physician organization members who are at the forefront of national healthcare reform, all practicing in risk-based capitation or other population-based payment models-the very models adopted by federal legislation for the entire nation.
 
Chicago Policy Radio seeks to bridge the gap between academic research and policy practice. Featuring short, insightful conversations with prominent policy makers and academics, our podcasts keeps you informed of the most innovative policy ideas from academia and from the field. Chicago Policy Radio is a production of the Chicago Policy Review and the University of Chicago's Harris School of Public Policy.
 
The Journal podcasts take you on a tour of hot topics in the world of food and nutrition. Each podcast provides insightful interviews and commentary from authors and nutrition experts on featuredJournal articles and topics that are at the forefront of dietetics research and practice, public nutrition policy, and consumer advice. Views and opinions expressed in these podcasts are those of the participants and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions, or policies of the Academy of Nutrit ...
 
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Guest: Wendell Potter - health insurance industry whistleblowerGuest Host Nicole Sandler speaks with health insurance industry whistleblower Wendell Potter about the need for Medicare for All especially now, in the age of the coronavirus, as we just passed the 10th anniversary of the passage of the Affordable Care Act. Plus, some comic relief court…
 
Next week is the 10th anniversary of the Affordable Care Act. Millions of Americans have benefited from the law, yet its future is in the hands of both the Supreme Court and voters in November. For this special episode of “What the Health?” host Julie Rovner interviews Kathleen Sebelius, who was Obama’s secretary of Health and Human Services when t…
 
On March 23, 2010, President Barack Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, perhaps the most significant change in health care policy since the passage of Medicare and Medicaid in 1965. But opposition to the law has been unrelenting since before its enactment, and efforts to repeal it in the courts are ongoing. In this episode,…
 
As Congress passes multi-trillion dollar economic support packages in response to the economic and physical shocks of the coronavirus pandemic, what are state and local governments doing to respond? What kinds of economic and other assistance do they need? What will be the enduring impact of this crisis on workers and certain industries? On this ep…
 
This week, John speaks with Gail Zahtz about the intersection of system’s design and value in healthcare. They discuss what health systems can learn from Covid-19, the true meaning of value, and what it takes to achieve better patient outcomes. At Center’s Healthcare — one of the largest post-acute providers in New York — Zahtz leads their efforts …
 
Remaining safer at home, the panel discuss COVID-19 and Citizen Action’s call for free treatment and other critical health care emergency actions needed to contain the pandemic. We dig into dysfunctional political situation in Wisconsin that is careening into a dangerous and anti-democratic election on April 7th. We urge listeners to get their abse…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing changes to the U.S. health system that were previously unthinkable. Yet some fights ― including over the Affordable Care Act and abortion — persist even in this time of national emergency. Joanne Kenen of Politico, Margot Sanger-Katz of The New York Times and Alice Miranda Ollstein of Politico join KHN’s Julie Rovne…
 
Guest: Richard 'RJ' Eskow, former health insurance executiveThe Trump White House was warned a pandemic would cause severe economic disruption - and potentially a depression -- last fall. New analyses project a long-term global financial crisis and historic unemployment from the coronavirus pandemic. FL governor finally issues statewide stay-at-hom…
 
Members of the MIT Traditional Health Plan are required to select an MIT Medical primary care provider (PCP). And, students are strongly urged to select a PCP at MIT Medical as well. Our PCPs include physicians and nurse practitioners. They are specialists in internal medicine and family practice for adults, pediatricians for children, and speciali…
 
Guest: Craig Silverman, Media Editor, Buzzfeed NewsGood and bad news on the Coronavirus pandemic in the U.S., while the failed Trump Administration's dysfunctional response continues to force states and cities to fend for themselves. New analysis projects historic unemployment. Media expert Craig Silverman explains how news outlets are struggling t…
 
Ron Siegel discusses local and national current events, politics, personal and business finance with a few mortgage tips along the way. A Southern California mortgage expert and bonafide political junkie, Ron Siegel delivers intelligent, entertaining radio that makes the hard news of the week easy to understand! Ron Siegel is joined by Todd Ament. …
 
Good and bad news on the spread of the COVID-19 virus, as new estimates warn 200,000 Americans are likely to die in the best-case scenario and no one is steering the ship at the federal level. Republican-controlled states move to make voting in the 2020 election as dangerous and difficult as possible. Trump admits higher voter turnout harms Republi…
 
Ron Siegel discusses local and national current events, politics, personal and business finance with a few mortgage tips along the way. A Southern California mortgage expert and bonafide political junkie, Ron Siegel delivers intelligent, entertaining radio that makes the hard news of the week easy to understand! Ron Siegel is joined by Kathleen Gar…
 
The U.S. Congress has passed a $2 trillion economic support package in response to coronavirus. To analyze what’s in the measure, a group of scholars from the Economic Studies program at Brookings linked up in a conference call. This episode is a replay of that conversation, which was moderated by Senior Fellow David Wessel, director of the Hutchin…
 
In a new book from the Brookings Institution Press, titled "The Iranian Revolution at Forty," more than two dozen experts look back on the rise of the Islamic Republic and explore what the startling events of 1979 continue to mean for the volatile Middle East as well as the rest of the world. On this episode, the editor of this volume, Suzanne Malo…
 
This week, John sits down with Stefan Behrens, PhD, co-founder and CEO of GYANT, an artificial intelligence (AI) driven chat tool to help steer patients to the appropriate site of care. Stefan talks about how AI can improve clinical outcomes, and can help health systems and payers lower costs. Most recently, the GYANT architecture is helping triage…
 
We discuss the latest COVID-19 pandemic news, including this week’s Congressional action. Is the $2 trillion relief package the biggest corporate giveaway in American history, or vital help for working Americans and small businesses in a time of dire need? We welcome Susannah Dyen from Caring Across Generations to talk about the Texas Lt. Governor’…
 
Today on Health Care Rounds, we welcome Christopher Robertson, Associate Dean for Research and Innovation and Professor of Law at the University of Arizona. With his diverse background in law and economics, Chris offers a unique and thoughtful perspective on the American health care system. In this episode, he offers unique insights about the unwar…
 
On this episode, Brookings President John R. Allen interviews Brookings Senior Fellow Fiona Hill about the role that public servants and expertise have during a time of crisis. Also on the show, Senior Fellow David Wessel offers six points on economic stimulus in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Subscribe to Brookings podcasts or on , send fee…
 
Practicing social distancing, our panel joins us this week from separate locations. We discuss the rapidly evolving Covid-19 virus pandemic and the political response. We call out Sen. Ron Johnson and 4 Wisconsin Republicans Congressmen for voting against the bipartison coronavirus recovery bill over their opposition to paid sick days for workers. …
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD Guest: Asim A. Shah, MD Healthcare reform has become a leading debate in the media, with supporters of single payer systems touting projections of quality improvements and cost savings alongside other benefits. But what are some of the drawbacks of a one-size-fits-all? That’s the question psychiatrist Dr. Asim Shah addressed…
 
Ron Siegel discusses local and national current events, politics, personal and business finance with a few mortgage tips along the way. A Southern California mortgage expert and bonafide political junkie, Ron Siegel delivers intelligent, entertaining radio that makes the hard news of the week easy to understand! Ron Siegel is joined by Ron Siegel w…
 
Ron Siegel discusses local and national current events, politics, personal and business finance with a few mortgage tips along the way. A Southern California mortgage expert and bonafide political junkie, Ron Siegel delivers intelligent, entertaining radio that makes the hard news of the week easy to understand! Ron Siegel is joined by Lisa Dunn. R…
 
Ron Siegel discusses local and national current events, politics, personal and business finance with a few mortgage tips along the way. A Southern California mortgage expert and bonafide political junkie, Ron Siegel delivers intelligent, entertaining radio that makes the hard news of the week easy to understand! Ron Siegel is joined by Mary Walters…
 
This week, John speaks with Assaf Shalvi, CEO and co-founder of Swift Shift. In creation of his business, Shalvi focuses on the demand for efficiency in home health care. He strives to improve the management and quality of the industry through partnerships of Homecare providers and Health Plans. This episode recognizes the common barriers of low ca…
 
This year is the 25th anniversary of the launching of National Public Health Week (#NPHW)in 1995. Before NPHW there has been a 35 year-long National Negro Health Week (#NNHW), from 1915 to 1950. What was #NNHW? What did it achieve? Is there any link between #NNHW and #NPHW? I explore these questions with 3 guests: Pr Vanessa Gamble, from George Was…
 
Host: Mario R. Nacinovich, Jr., MSc Guest: Jodi L. Liu Terms like single-payer, universal coverage, and Medicare for All often land at the center of political discussions andat times, get used interchangeably. But as Dr. Jodi Liu, Professor and Associate Policy Researcher at the Pardee RAND Graduate School, explains, these terms can carry different…
 
Jenny Schuetz, a fellow in the Metropolitan Policy Program and an expert on housing issues, interviews Conor Dougherty, an economics reporter at the New York Times and author of the new book Golden Gates: Fighting for Housing in America. In his book, Dougherty reports on the housing crisis as seen in the San Francisco Bay area and what it may mean …
 
In this week’s Health Care Rounds, John sits down with Dr. Peter Cram, Director of General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics at Sinai Health System in Toronto. John and Peter discuss the similarities and differences between the U.S and Canada in health care delivery. Having trained and practiced in both the U.S. and Canada — and as a leading health …
 
The panel diggs into the repercussions of the Super Tuesday primaries, and the dramatic thinning of the Democratic primary field down to two major candidates. What are the implications? We also discuss yet another right-wing threat to health care coverage for millions, the implication of Covid-19 for caregivers, two Wisconsin State Supreme Court sc…
 
The wide field of Democrats vying to face President Donald Trump in the fall has been reduced to two major candidates, former Vice President Joe Biden and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, each with a very different prescription for fixing the U.S. health system. Meanwhile, Congress and the Trump administration are scrambling to address the spread of th…
 
Andre Perry, a fellow in the Metropolitan Policy Program at Brookings is the co-author of a new report that shows that highly rated businesses in Black-majority neighborhoods experience annual losses in business revenue of up to nearly four billion dollars when compared to highly-rated businesses in other neighborhoods. On this episode, he talks ab…
 
Today on Health Care Rounds, John speaks with Dr. Scott Weingarten, CEO of Stanson Health and former Chief Clinical Transformation Officer for Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. He discusses the future of improving patient satisfaction and the prevention of physician burnout with new technology in electronic health records. Dr. Weingarten also touches on…
 
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