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Lemonada Media
The Cost of Care
What's your life worth? Healthcare in the United States can bankrupt you, demoralize you—or actually kill you. Healthcare economist David Smith grew up in a Mormon community in Utah, and lost his father, sister, and brother to the same deadly epidemic. He’s spent his career exploring whether their deaths were preventable and how we can make health a priority for everyone. On The Cost of Care, David and his guests – patients, medical experts, and policy makers – reveal how the wealthiest nation on earth ended up with one of the most expensive, worst-performing health care systems in the...
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4.1 stars from 370 ratings
Uninformed and wrong
Uninformed and wrong podcast. Never gets into personal responsibility. Admits that the problems with insurance only started because of government interference and socialist actions but thinks that more socialism is the answer!
kh3425 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/11/21
Eye opening and informative
As a “healthcare provider” I have been shielded from the realities of how the system actually works. Exploiting us as pawns and as consumers of the very same system. not only is this podcast informative, it guides listeners on how to advocate for ourselves.. this system can’t continue to work as...Read full review »
brizdaishhh via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/16/21
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no🧠 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/26/21
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