In this podcast, Brase joined Health Care News Managing Editor Michael Hamilton to tell the world that patients and physicians are flocking to cost-effective, free-market, patient-centered alternatives to the predominant health insurance and government-payer model. These alternatives are “the wedge,” and they’re setting patients and doctors free.
With one hand on his cell phone and other on a landline receiver, Dr. Jeffrey English took today’s podcast interview with Health Care News Managing Editor Michael Hamilton. English was on call to treat by telemedicine stroke patients in rural Georgia and other states. Fortunately, before he had to run, we captured his expert opinion on how telemed is pushing back the new frontier of patient-centered, cost-effective health care innovation.