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 is complete.
In this episode we talk about the events of the Great Depression, and World War II. We discuss how these events and the resulting...
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 Permanente one of the more successful healthcare systems.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
In this episode Tom discusses Dan Brown's Book Inferno and how it may not be as much of a work of fiction as we think! Tom discusses the history of how we came to this position to help enlighten healthcare's various myths.
Tom Loker and Tim Henning deliver an intelligent podcast for people who want to know why healthcare still doesn't work, how we got here in the first place, and what we can do to fix it.
Tim says we have the only podcast in the world for people with a curious mind and a desire to have a better healthcare system. Find out what this podcast is all about.