Going Vegan Is One Of The Most Patriotic Things You Can Do

Going Vegan Is One Of The Most Patriotic Things You Can Do

Mr. President, like you, I love my country. I’m a patriot, too. And I would like to make you an offer that will help you personally, all American people, our land, our economy, and especially our veterans. We have $1 million to donate to our veterans in exchange for you, Mr. President, going vegan for […]

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AI for Healthcare Leaders: The New AI Frontier for Improved Leadership Decision Making

AI for Healthcare Leaders: The New AI Frontier for Improved Leadership Decision Making

Thank you all for joining today, spending some of your time with us. This is a topic that I care deeply about, and yet it’s not one that I’ve seen broadly embraced out there in the world. I’ll be really interested to hear your feedback and thoughts through this process. The topic is how it […]

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Adam Ruins Everything – The Real Reason Hospitals Are So Expensive | truTV

Adam Ruins Everything – The Real Reason Hospitals Are So Expensive | truTV

What could be the downside? Oh, there are a ton. For starters, how ’bout the fact that this place rips off folks like you every day. Whatever. I know the hospital is expensive, but it is worth it if I get the best treatment. No, it isn’t. American health care is not the best in […]

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Medicare is costing less, has more options under Trump: Dr. Siegel

STOPPED IT FROM COMING IN. LET’S BRING IN FOX NEWS MEDICAL CORRESPONDENT DR. MARC SIEGEL ALL SO DR. WHAT IS THE PRESIDENT ‘S HEALTH PLAN EXACTLY AND WILL IT WORK?>> WELL DAVID, IT’S PIECE BY PIECE. IT’S NOT ONE WHOLE PLAN BUT I’LL TELL YOU SOMETHING HE ENDED WITH THE WORDS MEDICARE ADVANTAGE IN THE […]

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Joe Biden: Healthcare in the US | In-Person | J.P. Morgan

Joe Biden: Healthcare in the US | In-Person | J.P. Morgan

It’s really, really complicated. But what I found out that disappointed me the most is things that I’d imagine if I told you or told the audience that were… weren’t happening // There’s not much collaboration at all, with knowing that the more collaboration we get to cures much more quickly. // For example, when […]

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Why drugs cost more in America

Why drugs cost more in America

This is an EpiPen. It’s a device that injects you with adrenaline if you’re having a possibly deadly allergic reaction. If you have severe allergies, you basically need it. And if you live in the UK, an EpiPen will cost you the equivalent of 38 US dollars. But if you live in the US, it’ll […]

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Groupon Cashing In On America’s Health Care Crisis

Groupon Cashing In On America’s Health Care Crisis

>>As we know, private insurance is difficult to deal with, and many Americans either don’t have private insurance, or they’re dealing with a private insurer that refuses to authorize treatments that they need. So, capitalism works in funny ways. Now we have Groupon offering discounts and coupons for various medical procedures. This was reported recently […]

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How did Makeup, WWII & Communism Create U.S. Healthcare?

What happens when you combine a weird history of makeup, World War II, and the threat of Communism? …Well….oddly enough you end up with an employer based health insurance system. Now I know I can’t stop you from engaging in the polite civil debate YouTube comments are known for, but arguing about the current state […]

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Why Is U.S. Health Care So Expensive?

Why Is U.S. Health Care So Expensive?

Since President Obama’s Affordable Care Act was passed in 2010, Congress has done everything they can to stop it. They even shut down the government for two weeks. But the reason Obamacare exists in the first place, is due to astronomically high healthcare costs. In fact, the number one reason Americans file for bankruptcy is […]

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Why Healthcare Costing Matters to Enable Strategy and Financial Performance

Good to be here this morning or afternoon depending on where you’re calling in from. Before getting started, I want to take a little bit of a step back in time and go through some specific things that I remember growing up. In 1974, I was 10 years old, lived in Rochester, Minnesota where my […]

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