In this episode of "Why Can't We have it All?", our hosts discuss the role of health guardians using the Bow Tie risk management model to protect and guard our health toward longer and healthier longevity and to keep us free of chronic conditions.
In this episode, our hosts discuss the gap between public health systems, and hospital based systems performances to explore the efficiencies, and inefficiencies in our current healthcare system.
In this episode, our hosts discuss the COVID revealed gaps in our healthcare system that exists between the public health and hospital centered sick care system and explore the question of who should help us when we are not sick but need help with our health issues during and beyond the current pandemic.
In this episode, our hosts discuss the poisoning impact of unnecessary care on the overall health and financial well being of consumers of American Health Care and how this source of waste could be potentially eliminated.
In this episode we discuss what information and evidence we and our employers need to develop strategies towards creating a future with herd immunity or a vaccination, to contain the impact of COVID - 19 in our communities.
In this episode our host reviews the total cost of healthcare and how it is paid from our lifetime earnings and compares that to what we pay for housing and transportation costs. Are we fully aware of what we spend on our healthcare throughout our lives? Find out in this episode of Why Can't We Have it All?
In this episode, our hosts explore the types and role of testing on reopening of our society during the COVID-19 Pandemic, by interviewing an infectious disease expert, and a member of our community. Specifically, our hosts explore what employers need to know on how to open their businesses safely. It is a MUST listen to!
In this Episode, our hosts discuss how the accidental entrance of employers as purchasers of health insurance for the majority of Americans, has contributed to creation of the most expensive health care system in the U.S. and how it could NOW be changed through some reform, some elements of which may have already begun.
During this strange time, our hosts discuss how the Covid-19 epidemic has effected the way health care providers can provide care for their patients, and what solutions are available to limit the number of in person visits while still providing the necessary care for patients.