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Cost Sharing: Paying for Healthcare in an Ethical and Sustainable Way

Health

02/18/2019Audio/Video
Can we ever go back to a time when communities took care of the medical needs of their members without the intervention of governments and without the corrupting influence of health insurance? Accad and Koka interview Dale Bellis, founder of Liberty Healthshare.
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Private Education: The Key to Educating the Poor

Blog02/18/2019

In the developing world, government schools are notable for corruption, low quality, and few options. Private schools have stepped up to provide services where governments have failed.

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A Voice for Freedom in Medicine

Health

02/15/2019Audio/Video
Who should represent physicians when doctors may hold very divergent views on matters of politics, economics, ethics, and even science? Michel Accad and Anish Koka interview Dr. Jane Orient.
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Economics is a Mess

Austrian Economics OverviewPhilosophy and Methodology

02/13/2019Audio/Video
Professor Peter Klein joins The Human Action Podcast to explain how and why.
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61. The Ups and Downs of Drug Prices: An Economist’s View

Health

02/05/2019Audio/Video
Drug pricing seems to be an irrational and incomprehensible aspect of our economy. Healthcare economist Amitabh Chandra offers some clarity on the matter.
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60. Three Cardios Talk Keto

Health

01/31/2019Audio/Video
Dr. Ethan Weiss, an accomplished clinician-scientist, discusses what led him from the lab bench to an interest in dietary interventions.
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59. When Opinion Becomes Crime: Doctors and Medical Fraud

Health

01/28/2019Audio/Video
Defense attorneys Kyle Clark and Andrew George shed light on the legal procedures, tactics, and tricks that can send physicians to federal prison.
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58. The Rise and Fall of the American Medical School

Health

01/22/2019Audio/Video
Dr. Milton Packer traces the history of the American medical school from its humble beginnings to its present day turmoils.
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