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57. Neither Fisher nor Bayes: The Limits of Statistical Inference

Health

01/18/2019Audio/Video
Billions of healthcare dollars hinge on theories from a field of human inquiry that combines the precision of mathematics with the accuracy of astrology. Michel Accad and Anish Koka interview Dr. Michael Acree, a data scientist and a teacher of statistical science.
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56. Conflicts of Interest in Health Policy: A Different Ball of Wax?

Health

01/14/2019Audio/Video
Anish Koka and Michel Accad reveal some uncomfortable truths about conflicts of interest in healthcare.
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55. Waste in Healthcare: Is the Narrative Too Simplistic?

Health

01/09/2019Audio/Video
Michel Accad and Anish Koka discuss the “Less-Is-More” movement with Dr. Lisa Rosenbaum, one of the best medical writers of our generation.
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54. How to Jump Ship and Practice Medicine on Your Own Terms, with Dr. Kathleen Brown

Health

01/04/2019Audio/Video
Is it possible to operate a medical practice outside of the mainstream "insurance-contracted" healthcare system?
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53. Health vs. Illness: Pat Caslin on Living with Multiple Sclerosis

Health

12/31/2018Audio/Video
Is our inability to articulate what "health" is precisely the reason for our insanely dysfunctional healthcare systems?
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Randomized Controlled Trials and Economic Questions

Blog12/27/2018

The Austrians have long argued that equilibrium models of economic phenomena cannot capture the causal, realistic aspect of human behavior. "All things are subject to the law of cause and effect," says Menger in the famous opening line of his Principles of Economics. Formal economic...

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52. Should Doctors Get Involved in Healthcare Policy? A Med Student’s Perspective

Health

12/26/2018Audio/Video
Dr. Accad and Dr. Koka discuss the pros and cons of healthcare policy—and of a doctor’s involvement in such policy—with Aamir Hussein, a fourth year medical student at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine.
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