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Wednesday's 12EST, 9AM PST
Wednesday, May 25th
The Hidden Promise of Direct Specialty Care Relationships
With Grace Torres-Hodges, DPM, MBA, FACPM, FASPS
Owner/Founder Torres Hodges Podiatry
Patients and employers increasingly know of the benefits of a relationship with their physician in a subscription based, Direct Primary Care (DPC) practice. There is no pressure to rush the appointment or over-utilize drugs or treatments, or to inflate reimbursements. DPC gives doctors a chance to expand their own training, and to offer more integrated services to meet customer demands. The result: Both parties achieve happiness.
But what about specialists? Is there room in this free market system for specialists to develop direct relationships with patients and develop broader practices and happier parties in the process?
Dr. Grace Torres-Hodges, a board certified podiatrist and foot surgeon, is a Direct Specialty Care (DSC) physician. She has proven the concept works, and is now advising other doctors how to join the free market solution. Just as DPCs expand what “primary care” can entail, DSCs allow specialists to thrive in direct care relationships with their patients.
So, how can direct specialists solve larger health system problems, like overutilization, patient bankruptcy, or physician burnout? Dr. Grace reviews these issues and more.
Thursday's 12EST, 9AM PST
Thursday, May 26th
America is asking, “How do Leaders Hone their Communications to Enable the Great Awakening?
With Jeremy Kauffman, CEO of LBRY & Senate candidate
One of the unintended consequences of the Covid hysteria has been what hopeful Americans call the “Great Awakening” - hopeful because we “hope” people are wising up to the special interests’ regulatory capture of the narrative, and why that is bad for them. But this nascent momentum for liberty and truth may die without more nurturing from leaders skilled in combating the tyrannical power-mongering from the “Great Reset” Davos gang. Some of these needed leaders aren’t well known, though, and Mr. Kauffman, one of these rising leaders, has a lesson for all of us regarding how to communicate to bring in this better world.
What made Jeremy a leader was entrepreneurship – solving the social media censoring and spying problem with a venture called LBRY, a decentralized content sharing and publishing protocol. Jeremy created LBRY because he fell in love with the idea of a shared, global content registry that is owned and controlled by no one. He also is in love with the idea of you and your family being owned by no one, and certainly not any politician or bureaucrat in DC.
Jeremy is a board member of the Free State Project, which chose New Hampshire as the most free in the nation state. He wants to preserve and expand the Granite State advantage, keeping it safe from states that are headed in the opposite, authoritarian direction. There are plenty of unfree states, yet there is only one Granite State.
Running for Senate now, he slowly has made another name for himself – in the area of communications. Pushing the envelope on controversial tweets, he understands the basic communication lesson that provocation makes a part of any successful strategy; it helps open minds so people can receive the truth. But leaders must know their audience, and think quickly and correctly to grab their attention, and loyalty.
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