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Listen Now In late November, Lancet published its 2018 "Countdown: Tracking Progress on Health and Climate Change." The 36-page report... Continue reading
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Listen Now During this 31 minute discussion Rosemary Gibson unpacks her latest work, co-authored with Janardan Prasad Singh, titled, China,... Continue reading
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Listen Now Listeners may recall, I have previously discussed the opioid epidemic this past February 2 with Dr. Steve Passik... Continue reading
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Listen Now The below November 7th podcast post provides a link to an essay that, in part, provides an overview... Continue reading
Listeners of this podcast may recall I've written several essays concerning global warming over the past three years that I've... Continue reading
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Listen Now Soon after the 9/11 attacks the Congress created the Victim Compensation Fund (VCF). Initially, the VCF was created... Continue reading
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Listen Now Earlier this month the United Nation's Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPPC), the world's definitive body on the... Continue reading
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Listen Now Currently, CMS is accepting public comment on a proposed Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP), known more commonly as... Continue reading
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Listen Now Despite the fact social circumstances and environmental factors account for approximately 20% of an individual's health status, twice... Continue reading
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Listen Now In the recent past the federal government has made several efforts to expand the use of telehealth and... Continue reading
This past August 28th, the Health Affairs Blog posted my essay, "Salvaging MIPS." Followers of this podcast may recall last... Continue reading
Today, the Health Care Blog posted my essay, "The UN's Extreme Poverty Report: Further Evidence US Healthcare Is Divorced From... Continue reading
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Listen Now According to a recent Kaiser/Washington Post survey 59 percent of Americans support Medicare for All (M4A). Per a... Continue reading
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Listen Now Over the past several years the Congress and Medicare regulators have discussed reforming the 1989 Ethics in Patient... Continue reading
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Listen Now While coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Medicare and Medicaid enjoy, deservedly, a great deal of discussion... Continue reading
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Listen Now Research published by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) this past April estimated the US could see... Continue reading
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Listen Now Recently, Oral Health America (OAH), published the fourth volume in its series, "State of Decay." The current volume,... Continue reading
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Listen Now This past week public comments were due in response to a CMS Request for Proposal (RFI) that would... Continue reading
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Listen Now Nurses, today numbering over four million, represent the largest segment of the healthcare workforce and deliver the majority... Continue reading
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Listen Now Healthcare payment models have been increasingly evolving to include quality performance in determining reimbursement. For example, the Medicare... Continue reading
Per my April 17th conversation with Kip Sullivan concerning the Medicare Shared Savings Program/MSSP (ACOs), I noted an August 2017... Continue reading
If you missed my February 15th interview with Human Rights Watch's Ms. Hannah Flamm regarding her report, "They Want Docile,"... Continue reading
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Listen Now The Medicare Shared Savings Program's Accountable Care Organization (ACOs), created by Section 3022 of the 2010 Affordable Care... Continue reading
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Listen Now Including the February 14th shooting at Marjory Stoneman HS in Parkland Florida that killed seventeen students and teachers,... Continue reading