Best healthpolicy podcasts we could find (Updated July 2017)
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Cliniomics - Health Policy and Economics
 
Cliniomics is a weekly health policy commentary from Lab Coat Innovations, LLC
 
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Health Policy & Management (OCCT M6530)
 
 
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JAMA Author Readings: Viewpoints on research in medicine, health policy, & clinical practice. For physicians & researchers.
 
Readings by authors of selected articles published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
 
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Health Policy Podcast
 
Hosted by RWJF Clinical Scholar Dr. Chileshe Nkonde-Price (Penn CSP), the RWJF Clinical Scholars Health Policy Podcast is a monthly series featuring interviews with health policy experts who are visitors, alumni, or faculty of the Clinical Scholars Program.
 
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JAMA Medical News: Discussing timely topics in clinical medicine, biomedical sciences, public health, and health policy
 
Timely and engaging discussions about advances in clinical research and practice, biomedical science, public health, and health policy.
 
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Over seven years ago, Democrats in Congress joined President Obama to create a massive expansion of Washington’s role in our health care system. And in the time since then, we’ve witnessed the many ways in which Obamacare has hurt the American health system. Republicans in the United States Senate had the opportunity this week to repeal large p ...…
 
Ezekiel Emanuel is an oncologist and expert on health policy. He advised the Obama Administration on how to increase health coverage without blowing up the national budget, and now, with the A.C.A. on the chopping block, he’s met with the Trump Administration and congressional leaders. His argument, he tells David Remnick, is that we need to ke ...…
 
Senate Republicans released their updated plan to repeal and replace Obamacare on Thursday. The bill, so far, has failed to unite the GOP. At least two Republican senators are expected to vote against it, and two other Republican senators released an alternative plan. Forum discusses the health policy, and the politics, of the GOP plan. Guests: ...…
 
We talk to ADAPT activist Anita Cameron (@adaptanita) [2:53] about the history of the disability rights movement and its recent success raising awareness about what TrumpCare would do to Medicaid. (She also has a few pointers for reporters covering the protests on how to not infantilize the activists.) Vann Newark (@fivefifths) [23:40] joins to ...…
 
Healthcare, particularly the fate of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, has dominated the political conversation for several months now. At the Owen Graduate School of Management, healthcare is a way of life – 24% of the 2016 graduating MBA class took a position in the industry, prompting Poets & Quants to feature the program in ...…
 
Please join us for a panel discussion on ways to strengthen and expand health partnerships between the United States and India. This event will serve as the launch of a new report by the CSIS Global Health Policy Center, Accelerating Health Innovation in India, by Richard Downie.Health engagement between the United States and India is dynamic a ...…
 
Senate Republicans Thursday released a new version of their health care bill, and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he wants to hold a vote next week. But it’s unclear at this point whether the revised bill will appease enough of the Republican Senators — some conservative, some moderate — who opposed the previous version. Republicans ...…
 
Guests: Katie Meyer, Sarah Karlin-Smith, Robert Field For the second year in a row, Governor Tom Wolf allowed an unbalanced budget to become law without his signature. Lawmakers failed to agree on a plan on how to cover a nearly $2 billion deficit. In this hour, Mary Cummings-Jordan talks with KATIE MEYER, state capitol bureau chief for Pennsyl ...…
 
Julia Ho in interview with Ross Upshur talks about her recent article “It’s a fight to get anything you need”—accessing care in the community from the perspectives of people with multimorbidity, published in the Open Access journal of Health Expectations. In the interview, Julia discusses the challenges patients with multimorbidity face at both ...…
 
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No Labels Radio
 
This weekend on No Labels Radio: A.B. Stoddard (RealClearPolitics) is joined in-studio by Steve Clemons (The Atlantic). Listen to their conversations with Problem Solvers Caucus Member Congressman Jim Costa (D-CA), Tevi Troy, CEO of American Health Policy Institute, and Ron Klain Senior Executive Vice President and General Counsel at Revolution ...…
 
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Rural Health Leadership Radio™
 
Bill Finerfrock is one of the co-founders of the National Association of Rural Health Clinics (NARHC), and currently serves as the Executive Director. He also serves as the President of Capital Associates, a bipartisan government relations firm that specializes in health policy. The NARHC has helped healthcare providers navigate Medicare and bi ...…
 
Our guest this week is David Himmelstein. He is a distinguished professor of public health and health policy in the CUNY School of Public Health at Hunter College, adjunct clinical professor at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and lecturer in medicine at Harvard Medical School. He has served as chief of the division of social and community ...…
 
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Consider This! | Conservative political commentary in 10 minutes or less
 
This is poised to take a downturn. Why? The New York Times had an article noting that life expectancy in the US started declining in the 2014/2015 time frame, and no one seems to know why. What could have happened around that time that might account for this? Hmmm… But the government’s solution for that was based on a system that is killing its ...…
 
Jordan Kassalow is the founder of VisionSpring, and of the EYElliance. Jordan also founded Scojo New York and the Global Health Policy Program at the Council on Foreign Relations. Prior to his position at the Council, he served as Director of the River Blindness Division at Helen Keller International. Jordan is a fellow of Draper Richards Kapla ...…
 
Guest Dr. Alma Golden, MD, who is a pediatrician from Temple, TX, has been in private practice, healthcare administration, and national and international public health policy. She was a presenter at the 2016 Matthew Bulfin Education Conference, a joint conference of the American Association of Pro-Life Gynecologists and Obstetricians and the Am ...…
 
Conservative Philip Klein doesn’t think the presence of moderate senators means we’ll get better health care policy. “Centrists always get credit and adoration by many elements of the media for talking to the other side and not being ideologically rigid,” he says. “But I think that’s another way of saying they can be bought off easily.” Klein w ...…
 
Could there be another reason why you may be suffering from obesity, addiction or other health related diseases?How much does your childhood experiences affect your adult outcome?What does neuroscience say about your level of life success compared to others? The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study (ACEs) is a retrospective and prospective study ...…
 
In this special 4th of July episode, we bring back two of our most popular guests, conservative Yossof Sharifi and liberal Kim Bowman, to help us make sense of whatever the hell is going on with Trump's twitter feed. We also debate the philosophical underpinnings of health policy (more fun than it sounds) and the dangers of the LDS Church dippi ...…
 
The drive along the coastal California San Diego 5 freeway yields gorgeous ocean views, blue skies, and rolling hills. Additionally, a large brown sign greets travelers with the promise of “preserving California’s precious resources.” This iconic sign announces both the United States Marine Corps Base at Camp Pendleton and a very important prom ...…
 
Author and leading health policy expert Reinhard Busse discusses the success and current challenges of Germany’s health system.
 
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The Zero Hour with RJ Eskow
 
RJ discusses YouTube's policies on what is and what isn't "advertiser-friendly" and why The Zero Hour is intentionally not advertiser-friendly. And we talk with Dr. Sriram, the host of “Dr. America,” an innovative podcast about health justice on We Act Radio. He also writes about the relationships between health policy and civil rights. He curr ...…
 
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The Zero Hour with RJ Eskow
 
RJ discusses YouTube's policies on what is and what isn't "advertiser-friendly" and why The Zero Hour is intentionally not advertiser-friendly. And we talk with Dr. Sriram, the host of “Dr. America,” an innovative podcast about health justice on We Act Radio. He also writes about the relationships between health policy and civil rights. He curr ...…
 
On this week's edition of All Things New Orleans, we discuss the GOP Senate Health Care bill with health policy expert Dr. Mark Diana. Then we'll share another episode of the Listening Post, which focused on public safety. Maroon 5 keyboardist PJ Morton also joins us to chat about his latest album, Gumbo; the singer/songwriter discusses being b ...…
 
Health policy reporter Paige Cunningham breaks down the Senate bill and explains what’s at stake. Plus, we talk to Republican Mayor John Giles of Mesa, Ariz., about how health care legislation directly affects his constituents.
 
Health policy is difficult and tricky. In the U.S. health care is mostly financed through insurance. How does that work, and what does it imply. There are some hard truths here. Links: https://discoveringwisdom.com/2013/06/07/life-is-uncertain-eat-dessert-first/ https://www.actuary.org/files/publications/risk_pool_july2009.pdf https://en.wikipe ...…
 
Health policy is difficult and tricky. In the U.S. health care is mostly financed through insurance. How does that work, and what does it imply. There are some hard truths here. Links: https://discoveringwisdom.com/2013/06/07/life-is-uncertain-eat-dessert-first/ https://www.actuary.org/files/publications/risk_pool_july2009.pdf https://en.wikipe ...…
 
Stats + Short Stories 36: And The Winner Is… With Special Guest: Dr. Susan Ellenberg Dr. Susan Ellenberg is Professor of Biostatistics, Department of Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Informatics, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, with a secondary appointment in the Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy. Her ...…
 
Facing defections from within their own party, Republican leaders in the US Senate decided on Tuesday (June 27, 2017) to delay a vote on their health care bill until after the July 4 recess. While that gives senators more time to weigh their decisions on the bill, it also gives us more time to discuss what the bill might do – and how that might ...…
 
Facing defections from within their own party, Republican leaders in the US Senate decided on Tuesday (June 27, 2017) to delay a vote on their health care bill until after the July 4 recess. While that gives senators more time to weigh their decisions on the bill, it also gives us more time to discuss what the bill might do – and how that might ...…
 
First, President Trump recently unveiled new trade restrictions with Cuba. We look at how this will impact Georgia’s poultry industry. Joining us is James Sumner, President of the USA Poultry & Egg Export Council and Marisa Anne Pagnattaro, Associate Dean for UGA’s Terry College of Business. Then, the U.S. Senate’s proposed healthcare overhaul ...…
 
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