Surviving Healthcare Podcast

Synopsis

Healthcare is changing but is it for the better? In this podcast, you'll hear discussions about the healthcare system, its problems, possible solutions, and stories from leading physicians and experts in healthcare. Healthcare is more complex than the sound bites we hear. The changes, and possible solutions, will have wider impact than the sound bites you hear. Join us as we strive to Survive Healthcare

Episodes

  • Ep. 36: Coordination of care technology with Asif Kahn

    Ep. 36: Coordination of care technology with Asif Kahn

    24/11/2015 Duration: 39min

    In this episode of the Surviving Healthcare podcast, we will continue this month’s discussion of technology and its place in healthcare with a conversation about how technology can help us better coordinate health care. Too often, a lack of coordination between the patient and family and various physicians and specialists can result in a very […]

  • Ep. 35: New models of rehabilitation through technology and gaming with Ted Spooner

    Ep. 35: New models of rehabilitation through technology and gaming with Ted Spooner

    10/11/2015 Duration: 31min

    In this episode of Surviving Healthcare, you will hear one way technology and health are partnering to achieve better outcomes. My guest for this episode is Ted Spooner. Ted is the co-founder and CEO of Respondwell, one of the best and most-honored physical rehabilitation software companies in the country. RespondWell is a leader in the […]

  • Ep. 34: Preparing for open enrollment with Sally Poblete

    Ep. 34: Preparing for open enrollment with Sally Poblete

    28/10/2015 Duration: 28min

    Open enrollment for health insurance begins November 1. Which means individuals under 65 that want to change their plan or need to get a plan, now is the time to enroll. With that in mind, for this episode of the Surviving Healthcare podcast, you will hear what factors to look for to get the most […]

  • Ep. 33: Medicare’s annual open enrollment tips and tricks with Danielle Kunkle

    Ep. 33: Medicare’s annual open enrollment tips and tricks with Danielle Kunkle

    13/10/2015 Duration: 28min

    In this episode of Surviving Healthcare, you will hear tips and tricks to surviving Medicare’s annual open enrollment period. This happens every year from October 15th to December 7th. This is a very important time of year for Medicare recipients, and this particular show aims to provide you with important information during this time as […]

  • Ep. 32: How your business can lower their healthcare costs with Dr Stephen Schimpff

    Ep. 32: How your business can lower their healthcare costs with Dr Stephen Schimpff

    29/09/2015 Duration: 37min

    This episode of Surviving Healthcare is a continuation of direct primary care with practical applications. You will hear how business, both large and small, can implement direct primary care to both improve the healthcare of their employees and decrease what they are paying for medical costs. Joining me on the show again is Dr. Stephen […]

  • Ep. 31: A return to relationship medicine through direct primary care with Dr Stephen Schimpff

    Ep. 31: A return to relationship medicine through direct primary care with Dr Stephen Schimpff

    15/09/2015 Duration: 36min

    In this episode of Surviving Healthcare, you’ll hear about a topic of huge importance and excitement, one that can have an enormous impact on our healthcare system. I’m talking about direct primary care. My guest for this show is Dr. Stephen Schimpff. Dr. Schimpff is a physician with tons of experience and insights into our […]

  • Ep. 30: Adolescent mental health issues with Dr Adelita Segovia

    Ep. 30: Adolescent mental health issues with Dr Adelita Segovia

    01/09/2015 Duration: 44min

    In this show you will hear a useful discussion for parents regarding the issue of adolescents and mental health, which I hope will help parents get this stage of their child’s life in a healthy, happy way. My guest for this discussion is Dr. Adelita Segovia, a board-certified psychiatrist at the Clayton Behavioral Center in […]

  • Ep. 29: The journey from an insurance based practice to direct pay with Dr Erik Korzen

    Ep. 29: The journey from an insurance based practice to direct pay with Dr Erik Korzen

    17/08/2015 Duration: 33min

    This episode of Surviving Healthcare features an interesting conversation about one physician’s journey to open his own direct-pay practice after being in an insurance based practice. My guest for this episode is Dr. Erik Korzen, a chiropractic physician at Dynamic Physical Health, who also teaches Human Anatomy and Human Physiology at Wheaton College and the […]

  • Ep. 28: The changing of chiropractic care with Dr Erik Korzen

    Ep. 28: The changing of chiropractic care with Dr Erik Korzen

    03/08/2015 Duration: 34min

    In this episode of the Surviving Healthcare podcast, you will hear a very active and wide-ranging discussion of chiropractic care, including its origins, its status when it comes to medical care and its future. Our guest for this episode is Dr. Erik Korzen, a chiropractic physician at Dynamic Physical Health. Our conversation begins with the […]

  • Ep. 27: A better way to diagnosis celiac disease with Jama Lambert

    Ep. 27: A better way to diagnosis celiac disease with Jama Lambert

    20/07/2015 Duration: 38min

    In this episode of the Surviving Healthcare podcast, you will hear an enlightening discussion about the prevalence of Celiac Disease, and how gluten actually affects the body and overall health. With this show’s guest, Jama Lambert, you will discover and learn about a new test, the Array 3, that is far more effective in differentiating […]

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