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The election of Donald Trump has gotten people fiercely involved in politics. Unfortunately, Left and Right have largely closed off discussion with people who have opposing views. Hosted by Joey Prather, the Hey Partisan Podcast presents the view from the Center, calling out bias and BS from both sides and forging a new way forward.
 
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The Tri-Partisan podcast as you know is over, and the guys usher the show into a new era for the upcoming season. In 2019-20, instead of one joint podcast, you’ll get three great individual shows covering Duke, NC State and UNC from football kickoff through March Madness. On the final episode with all three together, the gang says their goodbyes an…
 
30% of Hospitals have violated the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act - EMTALA. 4,341 violations have occurred in 1,682 hospitals in the last 10-year period. What does this startling statistic mean to you and what should you do about it? This episode is focused on yet another reason why our healthcare system is such a hostile environment. Se…
 
Do you know why Medicare came into being? Do you know that Medicare & Medicaid were extensions to the Social Security Act of 1935? Do you know that if you exceed your Medicare benefit payments in claims that the federal government can take your house and assets to recover the debt? We will cover these facts and more in this episode! Video Version: …
 
While roughly 10% of all professions report abusive behavior, the numbers for Healthcare are over 30%. Healthcare is a hostile environment in more ways than one. In this episode we discuss the many things that make healthcare a hostile environment. And, you thought sex, drugs and rock n roll was just for musicians! Find out more at www.hr-20.com…
 
Do you know that 50% of doctors initial diagnosis is wrong? How about the fact that only about 25% of their treatments have an underlying scientific based best practice? Would you be surprised to find out that the vast majority of medications can only be used by about 65% of the population, the rest of us can’t metabolize it? This episode speaks ab…
 
One in four U.S. hospital patients suffer at least one healthcare related injury. In 1999, 44,000 - 98,000 patients died getting healthcare. By 2013, the number of deaths had risen to 251,000-400,000 patients died. Hospitals are one of the most dangerous places you can go. Getting Healthcare is more dangerous that being a commercial fisherman – the…
 
In the last Episode we talked about why what we think about drug prices are often mythical. This episode focuses on Mandatory Government Drug Rebates that are the biggest cause of high drug prices. https://youtu.be/jwr9NDpRIiM HHS Sec. Azar says he is targeting drug rebates to lower drug prices. Will it work? In Episode 4 we spoke about the myths s…
 
With Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar’s recent announcement that HHS is targeting rebates as one of the reasons for America’s high drug prices, Secretary Azar is the first who has finally identified one of the critical problems in our drug pricing system and why U.S. drugs seem so much more expensive. Tom and Tim have been arguing this…
 
One of the reasons our healthcare quagmire is so dangerous is the hostile and predatory nature of competition within the industry. In this episode, Tim and Tom highlight the key issues. Links: Check out our YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvoGl6eFHaZMS3VP-W8X3MA Stop by our website for more information and special promotions. http:…
 
The current debate about high drug prices and the focus on attacking rebates to Pharmacy Benefits Managers is the right discussion but the approach is wrong, weak and misleading. Its just expanding the current blame-game to divert the attention from the real problem. These, so called, high drug prices exist on paper solely due to the hostile and da…
 
Welcome to Season 2 of Healthcare Reform 2.0. In this episode we recap the past few months and tell you what we will be discussing in this season. Check it out. Links: Check out our YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvoGl6eFHaZMS3VP-W8X3MA Stop by our website for more information and special promotions. http://www.hr-20.com…
 
On this week's Tri-partisan podcast, Ben Swain, James Henderson and David Staley talk about how silly it is that Jalen McClendon had to transfer to Baylor to play Duke. Plus, the guys do a Tobacco Road fantasy football draft and break down the basketball schedule.Capitol Broadcasting Company による
 
We're a week in to the 2018 college football season and our experts have plenty of reason for concern. James Henderson, Ben Swain and David Staley talk college sports from the fan's perspective in the Tri-Partisan podcast, updated weekly.Capitol Broadcasting Company による
 
HealthyBytes: Quick Points for Fast Learners. - We talk about today's problems with the lack of real price transparency in our healthcare system and how we can fix it! Links: Check out our YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvoGl6eFHaZMS3VP-W8X3MA Stop by our website for more information and special promotions. http://www.hr-20.com…
 
On June 27th Cohost Tom Loker had a nearly fatal heart attack. This show discusses the events leading up to the attack, the emergency response, diagnosis, treatment and Tom’s personal journey through the healthcare system. It illustrates the best and worst of our healthcare system. You do not want to miss this open and frank story.…
 
Mammograms are the gold standard for breast cancer detection and diagnosis yet they’re accuracy leaves a bit to be desired in normal breasted women. 40 percent of women have “Dense” breasts. Mammography effectiveness in dense-breasted women falls off sharply. Supplemental forms of detection like “Automated Whole Breast Ultrasound” significantly imp…
 
It's time to fix this healthcare quagmire. We have seen government’s idea, ObamaCare, and its not working. We have been told single payer or universal healthcare is a better way, but it's demonstrably and prove-ably not. While we are in almost violent disagreement on the solution, most of us don’t even understand the problems. This includes a lot o…
 
The healthcare diatribe has continued to get more vitriolic. Most just spout contrived talking points from either side driven into our heads for the past 9 years by a lazy media. Tom and Tim speak to the Annual ComplianceOnline Medical Device Summit & explain why THE GOVERNMENT CAN’T FIX OUR HEALTHCARE SYSTEM. The Government can’t fix our healthcar…
 
Medicare and Medicaid costs are still out of control, no cost containment efforts have had any effect, and yet, we continue to expand the failing system. The ACA is passed. Government duplicity is fully exposed, Significant portions of the new ACA, can’t be implemented, and those which are cost much more than anticipated. It's not just that we are …
 
1980-2010 saw a time when the government changed our national economic system and fundamentally crippled our healthcare system along the way, and, no one seems to know this. Find out why! Today we see the effects of runaway costs on our healthcare system. 1980-2010 was the time in America when systemic problems in our economy were coming home to ro…
 
In the 1970s it became clear no matter how much we spent on healthcare it was never enough. Although Medicare was less than 5 years old, Congress was forced to hike Medicare Taxes 25% and still the optimistic estimates of the cost of the program were running out of control. More doctors and more lawyers entered the fray and expenses rose more. New …
 
Henry J. Kaiser did more for America than build WWII Liberty Ships. Find out about our Greatest Entrepreneur and his legacy of healthcare. Henry J. Kaiser is arguably America’s first and greatest entrepreneur. His accomplishments ranged from construction to healthcare, from steel and aluminum to aerospace and electronics, shipbuilding to sand and c…
 
The Kennedy’s path of elevation of American culture and ideals comes to a tragic end. Johnson seizes an opportunity for THE PARTY. Social Security gets expanded with Medicare and Medicaid and the nation gets hooked. Wilbur Mills concerns become to reality. This period fully transitions the intent of our nation’s healthcare reform from a business an…
 
The 1950s were pivotal years for our nation and its healthcare system. The Years of the Korean War, The of a re-addiction of America, of Stereotypes and breaking bonds. The years leading up to Kennedy’s assassination were full of advances and bad judgments. Come find out how they set the stage for the problems we have today.…
 
Episode 1.7: New Treatments, New Mistakes, New Ideas, is fully baked and available at HealthReform 2.0, www.hr-20.com. Our journey through healthcare’s history is almost complete. Thanks to all who have sent us e-mails with suggestions and the questions you want answered. We will be moving on to these topics, and many more, after the history series…
 
Episode 1.6, New Depression - New Deal - New War. In this episode we go from 1920 to 1950. We discuss the events and governmental actions that set the stage for a series of healthcare decisions that formed the basis of many of the problems we now have in our healthcare system. We also begin the discussion of Henry J. Kaiser founder of Kaiser Perman…
 
We discuss the years 1900 - 1940 & explain how women reversed the lousy course our national health system was on. Women saved our bacon at least three times. Women broke the trend of addiction and fundamentally shifted the balance of power in the healthcare system of the day.Thomas W. Loker & Tim Henning による
 
HR-20 Episode 1.3 Medicine Becomes an Industry In this episode we tell the story about the rise of the Patent Medicine Kings, and how Physicians sought safety in numbers from the competition of hospitals and doctors, druggists and other schools of medicine.Thomas W. Loker, Tim Henning による
 
This Episode is about where Doctors and Physicians came from - hint they didn't start out as the same occupation - The start of the "drug cartels", and how some of the issues in our current healthcare system started to be established.Thomas Loker, Tim Henning による
 
Tom Loker and Tim Henning discuss the new podcast series, lay out the format of the shows and discuss the kind of topics they will be discussing in the upcoming series. This is the podcast show for people with a Curious Mind and a desire to have a Better HealthCare System.Thomas W. Loker, Tim Henning による
 
Quick Points for Fast Learners! President Trump's budget proposal has cause quite a stir. It seem both sides don't like it. Is there anything to consider? HealthyBytes is our short form podcast. These are timely and pithy remarks on things relating to our healthcare system that we may want to think about.…
 
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