Best healthcarepolicy podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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The Healthcare Policy Podcast ® Produced by David Introcaso
 
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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2 Docs Talk: Medicine | Health | Healthcare Policy | Evidence Based Medicine
 
Welcome to 2 Docs Talk, the podcast about healthcare, the science of medicine and everything in between. Join cohosts Kendall Britt, MD and Amy Rogers, MD for a 15 minute check-up on current issues in medicine and health policy. The doctor is always in.
 
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Straight Talk MD: Health | Medicine | Healthcare Policy | Health Education | Anesthesiology
 
Straight Talk MD is a podcast that examines current hot-button healthcare issues from the informative and unconventional point of view of Dr. Frank Sweeny. With over twenty-five years of experience as a medical doctor, he approaches the latest and greatest topics with a skeptical mind, presenting all the information, so you can decide for yourself.
 
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GENERATION INVINCIBLE – Public Health ✓ Healthcare Policy ✓ Social Justice ✓
 
Abigail Meller is an aspiring activist, feminist, and a couple of other –ists, with a passion for health policy, advocacy work, and civil rights. Join her as she discusses current public health, healthcare policy, and social justice issues on Generation Invincible, a bi-weekly podcast by a millennial, for millennials.
 
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Straight Talk MD: Health | Medicine | Healthcare Policy | Health Education | Anesthesiology
 
Straight Talk MD is a podcast that examines current hot-button healthcare issues from the informative and unconventional point of view of Dr. Frank Sweeny. With over twenty-five years of experience as a medical doctor, he approaches the latest and greatest topics with a skeptical mind, presenting all the information, so you can decide for yourself.
 
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Listen Now A 2012 National Academy of Sciences (Institute of Medicine) study titled, "Best Care and Lower Cost," found about...
 
MPR News host Kerri Miller spoke with healthcare policy experts to try and figure out what's in the Senate healthcare bill that few people have seen. She was joined by Dr. Kavita Patel, fellow at the Brookings Institute, and Leighton Ku, director of the George Washington Milken Institute of Public Health.…
 
I’m really pleased do have back on the show Dr. Karen Johnson, Associate Dean for Admissions at the Baylor College of Medicine and Dr. Jesus Vallejo, Assistant Dean for Admissions at Baylor College of Medicine. When recently looking at our downloads, I noticed that one of our most popular medical school admissions shows was my interview with Dr ...…
 
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Rural Health Leadership Radio™
 
Randy Dauby serves as the CEO of the Pickneyville Community Hospital District in Pinckneyville, IL. Prior to that, he was CFO then CEO at Hamilton Memorial Hospital in Illinois. His leadership style is authoritative, mixed with kindness and compassion, which trickles down throughout the organization among staff members and patient care. “I thin ...…
 
Andrew Widener, MS1, BRI chapter president at McGovern Medical School (University of Texas, Houston) discusses how he and other medical students are making a difference beyond the classroom. Mr. Widener shares about running a successful BRI chapter, and how BRI is the only free market organization encouraging medical students to engage in produ ...…
 
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2 Docs Talk: Medicine | Health | Healthcare Policy | Evidence Based Medicine
 
We’ve got a lot of questions marks ahead of us this year when it comes to healthcare. What will happen with the Affordable Care Act, Medicare, Medicaid, Planned Parenthood, etc. etc. The future of healthcare under the new administration is a big unknown. But one thing we do know - healthcare costs far too much. One of the key contributors to th ...…
 
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On the Media
 
Become a member of the On the Media community today. Sign up to donate just $7 a month and we'll send you a copy of Brooke's new book "The Trouble with Reality". Donate now. After the politically charged shooting at a Virginia baseball field this week, a look at how politicians and the press blamed everyone from Democrats to William Shakespeare ...…
 
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Straight Talk MD: Health | Medicine | Healthcare Policy | Health Education | Anesthesiology
 
In my third month of residency, I administered anesthesia to my first pediatric patient. It did not go well. The case almost ended my anesthesia career, and almost ended the baby’s life. Today’s episode, “First Baby” is from The A-Files: Case #113…
 
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2 Docs Talk: Medicine | Health | Healthcare Policy | Evidence Based Medicine
 
Parkinson Disease is the second most common neurodegenerative disease in the U.S. and it appears to be increasing in prevalence. So what is Parkinson Disease, what causes it and what can we do about it? 2 Docs Talk about it today. Resources: JAMA Neurology Increasing Incidence of Parkinson Disease Metformin and Parkinson Disease Braak Hypothesi ...…
 
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Medicine on Call with Dr. Elaina George
 
Dr Marion Mass is an pediatrician with a private practice in Philadelphia. She is the co-founder of Practicing Physicians of America and a member of the National Physicians Council on healthcare Policy. She joins Dr. George to discuss what it means to be a physician in today’s health care system.By david@americaswebradio.com.
 
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2 Docs Talk: Medicine | Health | Healthcare Policy | Evidence Based Medicine
 
Sometimes there are news items that just need to be discussed, but they don't really generate enough material for a podcast of their own. Today we are talking about those headlines. Resources: Stroke Study: Diet Soda, Stroke, and Dementia Association of Hormonal Contraception with Depression Tom Price on Preventive Services Mandate New York Tim ...…
 
Listen Now Approximately 8,700 Americans die annually awaiting a kidney donation or become too ill to receive one. This is...
 
Listen Now This past May 4, US House or Representative Republicans passed the American Health Care Act (AHCA). The bill,...
 
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Lyme Ninja Radio - Learn ninja skills to battle chronic Lyme disease | brain fog | fatigue | overwhelm |
 
In this episode you will learn: • How to help cure Lyme Disease by adding your data to the My Lyme Data Registry • The surprising statistic of how many lyme sufferers actually use antibiotics • How you can use the my lyme data to help you along your lyme journey.Lorraine Johnson is the Chief Executive Officer of LymeDisease.org and an attorney ...…
 
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2 Docs Talk: Medicine | Health | Healthcare Policy | Evidence Based Medicine
 
Lyme Disease has been a known tickborne infectious disease since the early 80s. Treatment for Lyme Disease is surprisingly straightforward, but you would never guess that from the controversy surrouding the infection. Part of the problem stems from "Chronic Lyme Disease," which is now more appropriately knwon as Post-Treatment Lyme Disease Synd ...…
 
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Straight Talk MD: Health | Medicine | Healthcare Policy | Health Education | Anesthesiology
 
In vitro fertilization is the most successful form of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) and has helped create millions of babies for couples who have failed to become pregnant using the old-fashioned, low-tech methods. It has also created some serious ethical questions. In the largely unregulated world of infertility clinics and IVF, anyth ...…
 
Extreme birth defects associated with a popular anti-anxiety medicine from the 1960's had a lasting impact on today's healthcare policy -- and the drug is still a major part of Celgene's cancer portfolio.
 
Extreme birth defects associated with a popular anti-anxiety medicine from the 1960's had a lasting impact on today's healthcare policy -- and the drug is still a major part of Celgene's cancer portfolio.
 
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The Premed Years | Medical School Headquarters | MCAT | AMCAS | Interviews
 
Session 235 Jen Briney is host of the Congressional Dish podcast and joins me today to talk about our current healthcare system and where it may be headed. Enter to win a free copy of my new book The Premed Playbook: Guide to the Medical School Interview. Text BOOKGIVEAWAY to 44222. Promo runs until June 4, 2017. Today's guest is very interesti ...…
 
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Medicine on Call with Dr. Elaina George
 
Join Dr. George and her guest Dr. Niran Al-Agba a pediatrician in private practice in Washington State and a healthcare policy expert. She joins Dr. George to discuss the true drivers of the high health care costs and offers solutions that work to drive the costs down.By david@americaswebradio.com.
 
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Medicine on Call with Dr. Elaina George
 
Join Dr. George and her guest Dr. Singh Anesthesiologist member of Physicians Council for Healthcare PolicyAs they discuss the future of health information technology: Will it be the end of patient privacy and the practice of medicine as we know it?By david@americaswebradio.com.
 
For episode 29, we're talking about medical fitness and its impact on our industry. This is an advanced model of personal training that is yielding an massive opportunity that fitness clubs will be able to capitalize on, and get people more healthy than ever before through referral networks for physicians. We're learning from the CEO of Rejuv M ...…
 
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2 Docs Talk: Medicine | Health | Healthcare Policy | Evidence Based Medicine
 
With the recent release of the Netflix series, 13 Reasons Why, depression and suicide have been getting a lot of press time. In this episode, we talk about depression, what it is, how it is treated and what's on the horizon for this far too common disorder. We also talk a bit about the Netflix series and the problem of suicide. Take a listen an ...…
 
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Straight Talk MD: Health | Medicine | Healthcare Policy | Health Education | Anesthesiology
 
On May 4th, the “new and improved” American Health Care Act, aka “TrumpCare 2.0,” was passed in the House of Representatives, and is set to replace Obamacare. Ron Howrigon, the CEO of Fulcrum Strategies and author of Flatlining: How Healthcare Could Kill the U.S. Economy, is back in the virtual studio to discuss “TrumpCare 2: The Resurrection o ...…
 
What does "self-care" even mean anymore? Danielle and Kate get into the difference between buying new nail polish and taking the time to figure out what you really need to feel right with yourself - and whether that's even possible for your average mom. Healthcare policy meets Bruno Mars to fix your brain, all on this week's podcast. Let us kno ...…
 
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2 Docs Talk: Medicine | Health | Healthcare Policy | Evidence Based Medicine
 
So spring breakers on South Padre Island in Texas are coming down with the mumps. Since the MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine was introduced in 1967, we've stopped expecting these outbreaks. But recent increases in those who choose to have their children forego vaccines has led to a loss of herd immunity and an increase in these outbreaks. ...…
 
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2 Docs Talk: Medicine | Health | Healthcare Policy | Evidence Based Medicine
 
If you've ever felt like you had a handle on the evidence about a certain medical topic only to read a headline telling you science now says the opposite, you aren't alone. But science isn't about headlines. It's about evaluating the evidence to decide what's real, and it doesn't always conform to what we want. But that doesn't stop the media, ...…
 
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Straight Talk MD: Health | Medicine | Healthcare Policy | Health Education | Anesthesiology
 
Dr. Paul Offit and I discuss his latest book, Pandora’s Lab: Seven Stories of Science Gone Wrong. Dr. Offit discusses seven discoveries that were initially promoted as stunning breakthroughs in science, but turned out to be devastatingly destructive to mankind. Several of these “breakthroughs” are still affecting us all today and some could spe ...…
 
Former Special Agent for the FDA, Gary Collins, shares why he's going "off the grid."After an exciting career in military intelligence, Gary Collins worked for the U.S. State Department, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and U.S. Food and Drug Administration as a Special Agent. His career took him around the world and gave him a uniq ...…
 
Former Special Agent for the FDA, Gary Collins, shares why he's going "off the grid."After an exciting career in military intelligence, Gary Collins worked for the U.S. State Department, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and U.S. Food and Drug Administration as a Special Agent. His career took him around the world and gave him a uniq ...…
 
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Straight Talk MD: Health | Medicine | Healthcare Policy | Health Education | Anesthesiology
 
On Today’s show, I talk with Dr. Aaron Saguil MD, MPH, Associate Dean of Admissions at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences School of Medicine, about what it takes to get into medical school, how to increase your chances for success, and here’s the kicker- how you can get that medical education for free.…
 
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Jill Schwieters's Healthcare Podcast
 
Carrie Harris-Muller, Senior Executive at Molina Healthcare, Inc., discusses changes to healthcare policy and the Affordable Care Act and shares her thoughts on the effort to improve the quality of care for patients in the latest podcast with host Jill Schwieters of Cielo Healthcare.
 
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2 Docs Talk: Medicine | Health | Healthcare Policy | Evidence Based Medicine
 
Each year, under Obamacare rules, the USPSTF is required to issue a report on evidence gaps. These are areas of preventive medicine that they decide we are lacking sufficient evidence to determine if the harms outweight the risk. This week, we take a look at the primary areas of evidence shortfall. If you are wondering about a screening test, t ...…
 
Listen Now Considering the debate over the past five months about repealing the ACA (and more generally reforming the Medicare...
 
In test episode 2 of Nor Cal News Now, Mike Richman and Aaron Haar talk about news then they talk healthcare policy, Trumpcare and the legacy of Obamacare with activist, organizer and Nurse's Union Representative David Welch. Every week writer and publisher Mike Richman and Democratic political consultant Aaron Haar talk about the news, goings ...…
 
I would like to share with you the email that made me believe that today’s guest, Dr. Amy Faith Ho, a third year ER resident, will be simply outstanding: I love the mission of your site, and the Match was something that endlessly agonized me (see my article in Forbes). It is a great passion of mine to mentor junior residents, med students and p ...…
 
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2 Docs Talk: Medicine | Health | Healthcare Policy | Evidence Based Medicine
 
In healthcare, the holy graille seems to be longevity. We look at whether a treatment increases lifespan and use that as a barometer for it's value. But should that be the yardstick we use? Or would we be better off with a more subjective measure of improving quality of life, even if that means sacrificing some of the quantity. Today, 2 Docs Ta ...…
 
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Straight Talk MD: Health | Medicine | Healthcare Policy | Health Education | Anesthesiology
 
Today’s episode comes directly from The A-Files [The Anesthesia Files] Case# 472: “The Twilight Zone.” In this remarkable case, I discovered what happens to patients who are sent into “The Twilight Zone” for surgery. FYI: The A-Files are all true stories.
 
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Straight Talk MD: Health | Medicine | Healthcare Policy | Health Education | Anesthesiology
 
Dike Drummond MD discusses the dilemma of physician burnout, and some strategies for prevention. Dike is the author of “Stop Physician Burnout: When Working Harder isn’t Working,” and the CEO and creator of The Happy MD website.
 
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2 Docs Talk: Medicine | Health | Healthcare Policy | Evidence Based Medicine
 
Most people probably know someone who has had thyroid disease of some sort, most commonly hypothyroidism - the term low thyroid hormone. But there has been a significant rise in diagnosed thyroid disease in the past couple of decades due to screening. These diagnoses include problems with thyroid hormone as well as thyroid cancers. It's easy to ...…
 
Listen Now As former DHHS Secretary Louis Sullivan wrote in support of this work, "Mary Otto brings history, policy and...
 
Guest: Dr. Ivy Bourgeault, Professor of Health Management in the Telfer School of Management at the University of Ottawa and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Chair in Gender, Work and Health Human Resources
 
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Straight Talk MD: Health | Medicine | Healthcare Policy | Health Education | Anesthesiology
 
We continue the discussion on physician burnout with Paul DeChant and Diane Shannon, authors of “Preventing Physician Burnout: Curing the Chaos and Returning Joy to the Practice of Medicine."
 
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2 Docs Talk: Medicine | Health | Healthcare Policy | Evidence Based Medicine
 
GERD or gastroesophageal reflux disease is the very common disorder where acid backs up from the stomach into the esophagus. It results in that all too common problem we call heartburn, along with a slew of other symptoms. Today we take a look at GERD, the commonly recommended remedies, and the one thing the evidence shows really works to get r ...…
 
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2 Docs Talk: Medicine | Health | Healthcare Policy | Evidence Based Medicine
 
Kendall and Amy are in agreement that hospice care is an important, compassionate aspect of healthcare that humanizes what can be a very clinical, impersonal process. We've both experience with hospice - personally and professionally. Sadly, like most aspects of healthcare, the potential for profit has introduced some ugly practices into what s ...…
 
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Straight Talk MD: Health | Medicine | Healthcare Policy | Health Education | Anesthesiology
 
Today’s show is in honor of National Doctor’s Day. “A Sick Profession” is a three part series on the growing crisis of physician burnout, why the problem is growing, and the toll it’s taking on doctors and the healthcare system.
 
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