This is episode 28, “Racial Inequities in Health Care.”
My guest, Susan Rogers, MD, FACP, is the president-elect of Physicians for a National Health Program. She has recently retired, but continues helping people as a volunteer attending hospitalist and internist at the John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital of Cook County, Illinois. Previously, Dr. Rogers was the co-director of medical student programs for the Department of Medicine at Stroger Hospital. She is also an assistant professor of medicine at Rush University and an assistant professor of medicine at Rosalind Franklin University. She has received numerous teaching awards from Stroger Hospital, Rush University, and Rosalind Franklin University.
Dr. Rogers is a member and Fellow of the American College of Physicians (FACP), and a member of the Society of General Internal Medicine and the National Medical Association.
Do not miss this episode as Dr. Rogers describes the racial inequities in our current health care system system and what can be done to address them.
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Puerto Rico’s History of Single-Payer
Why Medicare For All Is Cool!
Electronic Health Records and Interchangeable Data
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The Healthcare Skin-in-the-Game Myth
Achieving the Cancer Moonshot in 10 Years
Jeffry Sachs Testimony from the House Oversight Committee Hearing on Medicare for All
Highlights from the House Oversight Committee Hearing on Medicare for All
Some Survey Results on Why Having Health Insurance Doesn’t Mean Squat
Well-Known and Lesser-Known Problems With Our Healthcare System
Medicare for All Changes That Will Make Your Life Better
How a Conservative Came to Support Single-payer Healthcare
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