Best Medicaid podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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kcur.org
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The Healthcare Policy Podcast website features audio interviews with experts on current or important health care topics. While there are any number of healthcare-related podcasts and other online programming these offerings typically present a vested interest viewpoint. My podcasts are produced independently, i.e., without any conflicts of interest and moreover are intended to help you better understand the inter-section between research and policy analysis and political realities. Among oth ...
 
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www.wabe.org
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Where ATL meets NPR
 
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This is Real
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In 2014, more than 30 people were arrested in the nation's capital on charges related to health care fraud. Those arrested included owners and operators of home health care agencies, office workers, personal care assistants, and patient recruiters. Millions of dollars in bank accounts and property were seized, and the bust remains the biggest health care fraud takedown in Washington, D.C., history. This series follows HHS OIG special agents as they work to uncover the complex fraud schemes, ...
 
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The Doctor's Lounge
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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 ...
 
The logic of personal, philosophical and political freedom
 
Award Winning Long-Form Interviews, Entertaining Daily Politics and Smart Analysis.
 
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TIME's The Brief
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The stories you need to hear today, from Time.com. A SpokenEdition transforms written content into human-read audio you can listen to anywhere. It's perfect for times when you can't read - while driving, at the gym, doing chores, etc. Find more at www.spokenedition.com
 
(Order of stories changed to match how they originally aired each day, with stories from previous 6 programs included afterwards. See http://kevin.micke.com/ for details.)Every weekday, All Things Considered hosts Ailsa Chang, Audie Cornish, Mary Louise Kelly and Ari Shapiro present the program's trademark mix of news, interviews, commentaries, reviews, and offbeat features. Michel Martin hosts on the weekends.
 
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RadioWest
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Conversation and stories that explore the way the world works. Produced by KUER 90.1 in Salt Lake City and hosted by Doug Fabrizio. Find archived episodes at http://radiowest.org
 
Every weekday, All Things Considered hosts Ailsa Chang, Audie Cornish, Mary Louise Kelly and Ari Shapiro present the program's trademark mix of news, interviews, commentaries, reviews, and offbeat features. Michel Martin hosts on the weekends.
 
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RadioWest
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Conversations and stories that explore the way the world works. From KUER, NPR Utah hosted by Doug Fabrizio.
 
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Good Morning, RVA!
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My goal is to get you everything you need to know to have intelligent conversations with the folks you encounter throughout the day. I make Richmond's news interesting and give you an easy way to collect your thoughts on what's happening around town. Plus, there are jokes!
 
For 25 years, listeners have counted on Karen Ellenbecker and our team of advisors for reliable, relevant information designed to help with life's challenges. Each show includes our wealth advisors giving their own financial perspective and interviews with local and global economists, attorneys, tax and real estate specialists, authors and other special guests.
 
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The Breach
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Step into The Breach as we expose and explore abuses of power in our government. Part of the Rewire.News podcast network.
 
Every weekday, All Things Considered hosts Ailsa Chang, Audie Cornish, Mary Louise Kelly and Ari Shapiro present the program's trademark mix of news, interviews, commentaries, reviews, and offbeat features. Michel Martin hosts on the weekends.
 
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RadioActive
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Stories produced by students participating in our youth media program. Learn more about the intensive, fun and free introductory radio journalism workshops we offer throughout the year.
 
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Get Connected
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New York City's 106.7 Lite FM's weekly talk show with host Nina del Rio and guests, airing every Sunday, 7-7:30am EST.
 
Banter is AEI’s weekly podcast series, where hosts Spencer Moore and Ceci Gallogly interview leading thinkers and political commentators on a wide range of policy topics. True to its name, Banter keeps the conversation fun, entertaining, and interesting for anyone with an interest politics and policy.
 
Featuring interviews with GAO officials on significant issues and new reports, the Watchdog Report is recorded, hosted, and produced by GAO staff.
 
Financial planning and wealth management cannot be done room-by-room or even floor-by-floor. It’s needs a solid foundation and a clear blueprint before you can begin implementing tactics products. Our Complete Financial Advice considers your entire financial house.
 
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Up To Date
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Up to Date focuses on pressing issues, both local and national, including politics, economics, planning and design, history and entertainment - topics that have an impact on the lives of the Greater Kansas City region.
 
Conversations about what matters in Michigan. Every weekday.
 
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Capitol Access
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Reports on Louisiana politics and government - and the people shaping state policy - from Sue Lincoln and Wallis Watkins.
 
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TIME's The Brief
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The stories you need to hear today, from Time.com. A SpokenEdition transforms written content into human-read audio you can listen to anywhere. It's perfect for times when you can't read - while driving, at the gym, doing chores, etc. Find more at www.spokenedition.com
 
The latest medical news, analysis and reporting. (Updated periodically)
 
Award Winning Long-Form Interviews, Entertaining Daily Politics and Smart Analysis.
 
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ADALive!
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ADA Live! (WADA) is a free monthly show broadcast nationally on the Internet. Ask questions and learn about your rights and responsibilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Leaders in the field will share their knowledge, experience and successful strategies that increase the participation of persons with disabilities in communities and businesses.ADA Live! is produced by the Southeast ADA Center, a member of the ADA National Network and a project of the Burton Blatt Institu ...
 
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RadioWest
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Conversation and stories that explore the way the world works. Produced by KUER 90.1 in Salt Lake City and hosted by Doug Fabrizio. Find archived episodes at http://radiowest.org
 
Formerly TalkPoverty Radio, Off-Kilter is a podcast about poverty and inequality — and everything they intersect with. Each week, host Rebecca Vallas is joined by experts, advocates, activists, and other smart people to break down the issues of the day — and how we fight back. Heavy topics… but with a hefty dose of laughter and snark. Off-Kilter is powered by the Center for American Progress Action Fund. Find Off-Kilter on the Progressive Voices Network, the We Act Radio network in DC, local ...
 
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AAEM Podcasts
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In this podcast series, Larry Weiss, MD JD FAAEM and Joseph Wood, MD JD FAAEM, discuss timely advocacy issues for the emergency physician. Both contributors are emergency physicians, attorneys, and past-presidents of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM). Join them each month as they discuss issues of importance to emergency physicians.
 
KBOO Radio is a community-powered station in Portland Oregon
 
Small changes, made over time, can produce significant results. Much like a high performance engine, or an entire orchestra, when even a small part is not doing what it is supposed to do, everything suffers. And the same is true of your finances. This show is dedicated to the small things that make a significant difference.
 
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Idaho Matters
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Idaho Matters is the place on-air and online where folks with different views can talk with each other, exchange ideas, debate with respect and come away richer out of the experience. We hope you'll engage with us! You can drop us a line here , email us , tag the station in a tweet or send us a message on Facebook . _
 
The logic of personal, philosophical and political freedom
 
Patient Financial Experience
 
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The Tri-Star State
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What’s happening in Tennessee politics? Nashville Public Radio reporters break down what you need to know at the state capitol and beyond — in just a few minutes.
 
The Under the Dome team at The News & Observer present the Domecast, your source for reviews and previews of topics in state government and politics for North Carolina. You can learn more at newsobserver.com/dome.
 
Healthcare in the United States is constantly changing, and often confusing and frustrating. Join a healthcare actuary and an average guy as they cover the current status of healthcare and its impact on the end user… you.
 
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Michigan Radio
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Stories from Michigan Radio.
 
Statehouse is a daily wrap-up of activity at the South Dakota State Legislature in Pierre hosted by SDPB Radio reporters.
 
Both Sides of the Aisle is a weekly debate over politics, policy and current issues facing the state of Utah, featuring voices representing the right, the center, and the left.
 
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WRKF News
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Capitol Talk
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Montana Public Radio's weekly legislative news and analysis program appears on Fridays throughout the legislative session. MTPR's Sally Mauk is joined by Capitol Reporter Holly Michels and UM Political Science Professor Rob Saldin to discuss the week's legislative news.
 
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My Fellow Kansans
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From its bloody free-state beginnings to present-day, red-state conservatism, we ask: How did Kansas get here? My Fellow Kansans explores one of the most pivotal chapters in the state’s history — its hard turn to the right over the past three decades. A turn driven by abortion and other culture-war wedge issues, and by politicians skilled in exploiting them. Join us every week from September through the election as we examine the forces and consequences of Kansas politics, the history behind ...
 
Progressive politics and economics. Will covers political issues from around the world and Arliss does the same for financial news and monetary policy with special emphasis on modern monetary theory. Each week they are joined by a special guest for the interview. Both Will and Arliss are fond of carrots.
 
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BostonRed
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Boston and national political coverage by Bostonred "The Real Deal"
 
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With a proliferation of streaming services to distribute their work, and a boom at the box office, budgets and opportunities are rising for documentary filmmakers.
 
Whistleblowers told the Oversight committee that efforts by some national security officials to try to transfer sensitive nuclear technology to the Saudi government potentially violated the law.
 
Public health advocates have struggled to change the minds of these so called anti-vaxxers. But one South Carolina woman has a different approach: reaching parents before they even become parents.
 
Public health advocates have struggled to change the minds of these so called anti-vaxxers. But one South Carolina woman has a different approach: reaching parents before they even become parents.
 
Nigeria's president says anyone trying to tamper with Saturday's vote would do so at the "expense of his own life." The main opposition party accused him of making a "direct call for jungle justice."
 
President Trump says European allies should take back citizens who left to join ISIS and put them on trial. NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with anti-terrorism expert Peter Neumann about repatriation.
 
ISIS has lost control of almost all of its territory after a years-long military campaign. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Associated Press reporter Sarah El Deeb, who is at the frontlines of the fight.
 
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with national security analyst Mackenzie Eaglen of the American Enterprise Institute about why she thinks diverting military construction funding to a border wall is a mistake.
 
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Robert Chesney of Lawfare about the latest lawsuit brought by 16 states against President Trump and his national emergency declaration to build a border wall.
 
A West Virginia school teachers strike was just hours old when lawmakers voted to postpone a bill that teachers opposed, effectively killing it.
 
USA Gymnastics has hired a new CEO: the embattled organization's fourth leader in the past two years. The organization is trying to get beyond a widening sexual abuse scandal.
 
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Stanley Brand, former general counsel for the House of Representatives, about what would happen if the House were to sue over President Trump's national emergency.
 
The German-born designer helped define the looks of Chanel and Fendi behind the scenes, even as he cut a titanic figure center-stage in the fashion industry. Chanel confirmed Lagerfeld's death Tuesday.
 
Catholic leaders from around the world are convening in Rome Thursday to discuss the continuing clergy sexual abuse crisis. Abuse survivors say they're not hopeful meaningful change will come from it.
 
Bernie Sanders announced a second run for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020. This time, the Vermont independent enters the race as a leading candidate facing a crowded progressive field.
 
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Jeffrey Lewis, a nonproliferation expert at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies, following a report about U.S. intent to transfer nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia.
 
Saxophonist and composer Greg Ward's Stomping Off From Greenwood is a love letter to the city where he came of age as a musician.
 
The justice has been recovering at home since late December. She missed January's oral argument days but participated in those 11 cases based on written briefs and transcripts of the arguments.
 
It would be under the umbrella of the Air Force to try to simplify the process. This represents a shift; Trump had stated that he wanted a space force that is "separate but equal" from the Air Force.
 
Today on Stateside, a new plan to boost Detroit says restoring the city's African-American middle class is key to a successful revitalization effort. Plus, we hear about the Anishinaabe Theatre Exchange, a program that draws on indigenous storytelling traditions to talk about current social issues.By stateside@michiganradio.org (Stateside Staff).
 
Today on Stateside, a new plan to boost Detroit says restoring the city's African-American middle class is key to a successful revitalization effort. Plus, we hear about the Anishinaabe Theatre Exchange, a program that draws on indigenous storytelling traditions to talk about current social issues.By stateside@michiganradio.org (Stateside Staff).
 
Parents of children with severe autism in Michigan have limited options when it comes to finding long-term care for their kids. Securing reliable in-home care is often a challenge, and the state’s residential mental health care facilities often lack the resources necessary to accommodate patients with extremely aggressive or violent behaviors.…
 
Michael Gerson is a political columnist for the Washington Post and a regular contributor to the NewsHour. But this past weekend, he delivered a sermon at the Washington National Cathedral that focused on a more personal topic: his battle with depression. Gerson joins Judy Woodruff to discuss his experience with the "chronic insidious disease" ...…
 
Segment 1: Can news comsumers tell the difference between fact and opinion? Turn on any news channel and try to determine if you're hearing fact or opinion. Can you do it? That's one of the topics our Media Critics tackled today, along with what is behind the brewing legal battle between Kansas Senate Majority Leader Jim Denning and the Kansas ...…
 
Segment 1: Can news comsumers tell the difference between fact and opinion? Turn on any news channel and try to determine if you're hearing fact or opinion. Can you do it? That's one of the topics our Media Critics tackled today, along with what is behind the brewing legal battle between Kansas Senate Majority Leader Jim Denning and the Kansas ...…
 
The days of card catalogues and mimeograph machines are over. Your public library probably looks more like an R&D lab these days. We look at the library programs preparing people for the 21st century with Boise Library director Kevin Booe.By richardcopeland@boisestate.edu (richardcopeland).
 
Once a year, Dr. Charles Washington puts together a team and travels to Myanmar to train emergency medics in trauma treatment. Idaho Matters talks with the St. Luke's emergency physician about educating first responders around the world.By richardcopeland@boisestate.edu (richardcopeland).
 
Star Belly teaches the ancient art of belly dancing and we find out how she's making the dance accessible to all.By richardcopeland@boisestate.edu (richardcopeland).
 
Illuminate India advocates for impoverished children in India by meeting medical and educational needs. One of their projects is Curry for a Cause - a night of delicious Indian food, Bollywood entertainment and auctions.By richardcopeland@boisestate.edu (richardcopeland).
 
Nigeria's president says anyone trying to tamper with Saturday's vote would do so at the "expense of his own life." The main opposition party accused him of making a "direct call for jungle justice."
 
ISIS has lost control of almost all of its territory after a years-long military campaign. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Associated Press reporter Sarah El Deeb, who is at the frontlines of the fight.
 
President Trump says European allies should take back citizens who left to join ISIS and put them on trial. NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with anti-terrorism expert Peter Neumann about repatriation.
 
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with national security analyst Mackenzie Eaglen of the American Enterprise Institute about why she thinks diverting military construction funding to a border wall is a mistake.
 
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Robert Chesney of Lawfare about the latest lawsuit brought by 16 states against President Trump and his national emergency declaration to build a border wall.
 
A West Virginia school teachers strike was just hours old when lawmakers voted to postpone a bill that teachers opposed, effectively killing it.
 
With a proliferation of streaming services to distribute their work, and a boom at the box office, budgets and opportunities are rising for documentary filmmakers.
 
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Stanley Brand, former general counsel for the House of Representatives, about what would happen if the House were to sue over President Trump's national emergency.
 
USA Gymnastics has hired a new CEO: the embattled organization's fourth leader in the past two years. The organization is trying to get beyond a widening sexual abuse scandal.
 
The German-born designer helped define the looks of Chanel and Fendi behind the scenes, even as he cut a titanic figure center-stage in the fashion industry. Chanel confirmed Lagerfeld's death Tuesday.
 
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Jeffrey Lewis, a nonproliferation expert at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies, following a report about U.S. intent to transfer nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia.
 
Bernie Sanders announced a second run for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020. This time, the Vermont independent enters the race as a leading candidate facing a crowded progressive field.
 
Catholic leaders from around the world are convening in Rome Thursday to discuss the continuing clergy sexual abuse crisis. Abuse survivors say they're not hopeful meaningful change will come from it.
 
Saxophonist and composer Greg Ward's Stomping Off From Greenwood is a love letter to the city where he came of age as a musician.
 
Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe says it’s not normal for the bureau to open investigations into the president. “We don’t have a lot of experience with investigating presidents of the United States,” McCabe says. “There is not a standard S.O.P. on the shelf that you pull down to say, ‘Here’s how it’s done.'” Nevertheless, McCabe told 60 ...…
 
Veteran stand-up comedian Paula Poundstone’s curiosity has fueled her career for the past 40 years. Her quest for knowledge informs her stand-up, her book, and her current podcast, “Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone.” And it’s part of the reason she does so much crowdwork during her shows. “I do the time-honored ‘where you from, what do you do ...…
 
Segment 1: The word 'populism' is being used more and more in national headlines. So what does it mean? Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and Donald Trump are all running for president in 2020. While these candidates may not have much in common, media outlets use one word to describe all of them again and again: populist. In this conversation, ...…
 
The Louisiana Board of Ethics voted on Friday to allow political candidates to use campaign funds to pay for certain child care expenses. Some say the decision breaks down a barrier that working parents, especially women, face getting on the ballot.By wallis@wrkf.org (Wallis Watkins).
 
The Louisiana Board of Ethics voted on Friday to allow political candidates to use campaign funds to pay for certain child care expenses. Some say the decision breaks down a barrier that working parents, especially women, face getting on the ballot.By wallis@wrkf.org (Wallis Watkins).
 
When we think of the swashbuckling stories of “The Three Musketeers” and “Count of Monte Cristo,” we might conjure images of sword fights, palace intrigue, and the gorgeous French countryside. We might not immediately think of those stories as multi-racial, but that’s where Atlanta’s Théâtre du Rêve comes in. Their new play, “Code Noir: Les Ave ...…
 
It would be under the umbrella of the Air Force to try to simplify the process. This represents a shift; Trump had stated that he wanted a space force that is "separate but equal" from the Air Force.
 
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