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How Medical Innovation Happens: Cash Clinics in Pharmacies and Big Box Stores

Hunter Hastings New Hampshire 2021

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06/25/2021Hunter Hastings
"Austrian economics is very much the economics of innovation, because we understand change, we understand uncertainty, and we understand that there is a constant search for betterment."

A new world of medical entrepreneurship is growing. Concierge and cash-only practices, walk-in cash clinics, medical tourism, and cost-sharing plans are just a few of the ways free-market approaches are changing the landscape. Our expert speakers will discuss several of these developments, and more.

Recorded in Salem, New Hampshire, on June 17, 2021.

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Hunter Hastings

Hunter Hastings is a member of the Mises Institute, Business Consultant, and co-chair of the Rescue California Educational Foundation. He is also host of the Economics for Entrepreneurs podcast. You can find Hunter’s writings on entrepreneurship at hunterhastings.com.

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