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By Steve Ambrose | Red Hot Healthcare Podcast

 RED HOT HEALTHCARE is a new podcast with engaging episodes between Steve and healthcare executives and Health IT leaders that are moving the needle. The show is carried on ITunes, Stitcher, and most major podcast outlets. We’re always seeking those who carry new information, valued opinions, and are comfortable with communicating to audiences. Reach out me via guests@redhothealthcare.com Popular Podcasts February 14, 2017 Episode 18: ‘FAITH’ In Healthcare IT February 14, 2017 Episode 17: Doctoring From The Good ‘Ol Days February 12, 2017 Episode 16: Healthcare IT Legend – Dr. John Glaser February 12, 2017 Episode 15 – Dr. Josh Luke ‘EX-Acutes’ On Healthcare’s Future February 12, 2017 Episode 14 – Steve Jobs LISTENED To Him…

RED HOT HEALTHCARE is a new podcast with engaging episodes between Steve and healthcare executives and Health IT leaders that are moving the needle. The show is carried on ITunes, Stitcher, and most major podcast outlets.
We’re always seeking those who carry new information, valued opinions, and are comfortable with communicating to audiences.
Reach out me via guests@redhothealthcare.com
Popular Podcasts
February 14, 2017
Episode 18: ‘FAITH’ In Healthcare IT
February 14, 2017
Episode 17: Doctoring From The Good ‘Ol Days
February 12, 2017
Episode 16: Healthcare IT Legend – Dr. John Glaser
February 12, 2017
Episode 15 – Dr. Josh Luke ‘EX-Acutes’ On Healthcare’s Future
February 12, 2017
Episode 14 – Steve Jobs LISTENED To Him…

FEBRUARY/MARCH 2017 – “When you can’t beat ‘em – LEAVE ‘EM. That’s the rallying cry and actions, taken by a frustrated, growing group of primary care physicians. Today we welcome Dr. Samir Qamar, CEO of MedLion and Michael Tetreault, Editor for the DPC Journal, Concierge Medicine Today, Concierge Medicine CANADA and The American Journal of Retail Medicine. They’re talking about the emerging movement and benefits of Direct Primary Care.

Steve has an ear-opening talk with both men about:

  • The basics of a growing movement into the good ‘ol days of doctoring
  • Dr. Qamar’s unique history
  • The challenges of marketing a DPC practice
  • A growing movement made real with MedLion
  • Providers who fight for patient costs

LISTEN TO FULL INTERVIEW HERE …

SOURCE: https://redhothealthcare.com/episode-17-doctoring-good-ol-days/

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