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Dr. Hal Scherz Hal C. Scherz MD has been practicing pediatric urology for 23 years. He has been in private practice in San Diego, California and in Atlanta, Georgia and has been on the faculty of the University of California- San Diego and Emory University. He has been involved in resident and fellow training for all of his career, and has published over 75 peer reviewed articles and contributed chapters to 6 academic texts. He has been a reviewer for over 20 years for the major peer reviewe ...
 
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D4PCF President Lee Gross steps into the Doctor's Lounge to discuss with host Dr. Hal Scherz how the past years of labor helped shape the national and state level agendas in several areas of health care. From taking the Direct Primary Care practice model to the White House though fighting state by state to repeal Certificate of Need, the Docs 4 Pat…
 
Multiple medical societies, physician groups, and prominent physicians have been silenced across a multitude of mainstream social media platforms. Doctor's Lounge host Dr. Scott Barbour will discuss an opinion published by Lionel Lee, DO on the website of AAPS (Association of American Physicians and Surgeons) explaining the threat. From the Opinion…
 
The Why is in What We Believe Healthcare is broken and Surgeon Marty Makary of Johns Hopkins steps into the Doctor's Lounge Radio Show to discuss why.Makary is an advocate for disruptive innovation in medicine and was named one of the most influential people in healthcare by Health magazine. In 2018, Makary was elected to the National Academy of Me…
 
The break neck pace of new Presidential Executive Orders is turning toward health care. Congress is pulling out long planned legislation and slipping it in omnibus packages with thousands of pages that can't possibly be properly vetted let along read and studied. Beware the of stealth takeover of healthcare - it is happening right before our eyes. …
 
Healthcare Remains Center Stage in the Washington Power Struggle Long time leader and partner in the fight for the doctor/patient relationship returns to the Doctor's Lounge to help chart the path forward. Grace Marie Turner of the Galen Institute is our guest with host Hal Scherz, M.D. We will discuss the immediate battles and the long term philos…
 
Med Twitter was ablaze with a series of posts by Martin Kulldorff that have been spreading since December. The Twelve Forgotten Principles of Public Health strike at the heart of our COVID centric pandemic response. Host Dr. Scott Barbour unpacks the principles and gives his take from the free market perspective on the frontlines of patient care. R…
 
Governor DeSantis had locked down his State like so many others around the country.Then in September of 2020, he took a public meeting with professors and virologists that changed everything.The Governor apologized to the people of Florida and lifted all restrictions and mandates.We can no longer act like we don't have nearly a year of real world m…
 
Defending the Children A dangerous issue to discuss but too much is at stake. Dr Hal Scherz, our host and a pediatric urologist, discusses the impact of the transgender movement on pediatrics. He plans to confront head on the impact of the movement and the implications of surgical interventions on the lifelong health and well being of children..…
 
With a flurry of Executive Orders, the new President is pausing and undoing the prior administration's policies at a furious pace. Free market policies in healthcare from DPC to price transparency are all under review. Host Dr. Hal Scherz will examine the Biden Administration's early moves and unpack the healthcare agenda coming to us all.…
 
Overcoming a Crippling Injury Host Scott Barbour, M.D. brings Inky Johnson into the Doctor's Lounge with a story of tragedy to triumph. The rising football star faced a devastating injury on the field leaving his arm paralyzed and dreams crushed. Tune in for Inky's story and a challenge - for in troubled circumstances, leadership is going first. Do…
 
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