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The Paradocs Podcast with Eric Larson

The Paradocs is a fun and lively discussion with a couple of docs on the practice of medicine. Occasionally serious, usually lighthearted, and accidentally informative. A show for physicians to learn more about what is going on and a great place for them to direct their friends and family to better understand the challenges they face.

Jul 31, 2018

If you knew that millions of people were being murdered by government in the world what would you do? If you found out these people were being murdered for 'spare parts' to be sold to the highest bidder - what would you do? These are the questions we have to ask ourselves as we look at the practice of involuntary...

Jul 25, 2018

Episode 016: Doctopreneurs: Doctors Launching Products - A How To Guide Discussion with Drs. Dana Rice & John Renucci

One of the most overlooked aspects of medical training is what to do after you finish your training. Especially any guidance for how you introduce new products to market as a physician. Doctors are...

Jul 13, 2018

Episode 015: Physician Burnout - Why & How to Save the Docs with Dr. Mari Sanchez Wohlever.

It's easy to forget that physicians are people. Certainly when we discuss doctors in our national political debates we forget that there is a critical relationship ignored - the patient-physician relationship. As that...

Jul 10, 2018

Episode 014: Cryptomedicine? CitizenHealth Looking to Transform the US Health Care Industry with Brennen Hodge, CEO

One of the biggest obstacles faced by patients and doctors in health care is the exchange of payment for services as this is now accomplished through intermediaries like insurance companies, Medicare,...

Jul 4, 2018

Episode 013: Assume the Physician. Making Sure Residents Take Naps and Other Silly Rules by the ACGME with Author Dr. John Hunt.

Would residents (doctors in training) forget to rest and nap if there was no bureaucrat making rules regulating it? Would people leave rotten food in refrigerators without ACGME accrediting...