Investigative journalist Marshall Allen discusses his latest piece on systematic waste in health care costs that companies are making a profit from.
What if we incentivized doctors to keep us healthy instead of paying them only when we're sick? This shift from a sick care system to a health care system could save us from unnecessary costs and risky procedures -- and keep us healthier for longer.
We'll take you to a place where dying has become acceptable dinner conversation for teenagers and senior citizens alike. It's a place that also happens to have the lowest Medicare spending of any region in the country.
Far too many news outlets chose to only report on the costs of universal coverage while neglecting to mention any of the savings which would result in lower net health care expenditures.
The morbidly rich are wasting no time countering the momentum progressives are making towards universal health care, and now corporate healthcare interests scared of losing their obscene profits are trying to scare you into giving up single payer.
We examine the primary talking points against Single Payer and other big government programs and how to combat them with guest Stephanie Kelton.
Ch. 8: Final comments on the movement of the Overton window right before our eyes
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1st district: Mindi Messemer
Governor: Matt Brown
Lt. Governor: Aaron Regunberg
Written & curated by BOTL Communications Director Amanda Hoffman
- Opening Theme: Loving Acoustic Instrumental by John Douglas Orr
- Invernen - Cicle Kadde (Blue Dot Sessions)
- PolyCoat - The Cabinetmaker (Blue Dot Sessions)
- Peacoat - Studio J (Blue Dot Sessions)
- The Silver Hatch - Rayling (Blue Dot Sessions)
- Decompression - Rayling (Blue Dot Sessions)
- Voicemail Music: Low Key Lost Feeling Electro by Alex Stinnent
- Closing Music: Upbeat Laid Back Indie Rock by Alex Stinnent
Produced by Jay! Tomlinson
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