Upcoming Interviews and Climate Crisis-Related Writing (January 25th)
The Healthcare Policy Podcast
by David Introcaso
5d ago
On February 8th I'll I'll discuss with Georgetown Professor Toshihiro Higuchi his work, "Political Fallout, Nuclear Weapons Testing and the Making of a Global Environmental Crisis."   Though the Manhattan Project ended 75 years ago everyone alive today has been exposed to the radiation substances the project produced.       On February 15th I'll speak with BYU Professor Julianne Holt-Lunstad about the health effects of social isolation.  See her recent perspective essay in the NEJM, at: https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMp2208029. My interview with Uni ..read more
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275th Interview: John Abraham Discusses the Continued Rapid Increase in Ocean Heat Content (January 23rd)
The Healthcare Policy Podcast
by David Introcaso
5d ago
Listen Now (Listeners may recall Professor Abraham discussed 2021 ocean warming last year on January 18.) As a possible reminder, oceans, that cover 71 percent of Earth’s surface, absorb 93% of the heat energy trapped by greenhouse gases, termed ocean heat content (OHC).   Increased OHC in 2022 is not surprisingly when you consider global CO2 emissions increased by over two billion tons or rose by 6% to a total of 36.3 billion tons in 2021,  their highest ever level.  In 2022 the planet’s seas absorbed about 11 Zetta joules of heat—equivalent to the energy of seven nuclear ..read more
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Attorney Ms. Jayne Conroy Discusses Prosecuting Healthcare Fraud in Part Via Use of Criminal Statutes (January 19th)
The Healthcare Policy Podcast
by David Introcaso
1w ago
Listen Now US healthcare fraud remains pervasive. For example, this past November Pro Publica and The New Yorker published, “How ..read more
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Upcoming Interviews and a Must Read (January 16, 2023)
The Healthcare Policy Podcast
by David Introcaso
2w ago
On January 19th, I'll interview Attorney Jayne Conroy, who recently won two large settlements against Walgreens, CVS and Walmart related ..read more
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"FYI: The Health Care Industry Is Not Decarbonizing," January 6th
The Healthcare Policy Podcast
by David Introcaso
3w ago
Last night The Hill published my latest climate-crisis related writing titled, "FYI: The Health Care Industry Is Not Decarbonizing." It's ..read more
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Going Forward . . . (January 4, 2023)
The Healthcare Policy Podcast
by David Introcaso
3w ago
Dear Podcast Listeners: This past November marked my tenth year producing this podcast. To date, I have conducted over 270 ..read more
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Dr. Susan Linn Discusses Her Just-Published Book, "Who's Raising the Kids: Big Tech, Big Business and the Lives of Children" (December 16th)
The Healthcare Policy Podcast
by David Introcaso
1M ago
Listen Now (This interview is dedicated to my friend Randy Lee, a dedicated public health nurse, who passed away earlier ..read more
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Andrew MacCalla Discusses Reducing Healthcare's Carbon Emissions Via Solar Microgrids (December 9th)
The Healthcare Policy Podcast
by David Introcaso
1M ago
Listen Now Listeners are aware I recently posted two articles related to decarbonizing the healthcare industry. One regarding Inflation Reduction ..read more
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Just Published, "One Small Regulatory Update Can Lay Out a Path Toward Decarbonization" (November 21st)
The Healthcare Policy Podcast
by David Introcaso
2M ago
This past Friday, the American Hospital Association's American Society for Healthcare Engineering published my brief essay that I titled, "One ..read more
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Dr. Jeroen Struijs Discusses Designing Alternative Payment Insurance Models to Green the Healthcare Industry (November 1st)
The Healthcare Policy Podcast
by David Introcaso
3M ago
Listen Now Having posted over 25 related climate and health-related interviews over the past several years, podcast listeners are aware ..read more
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