The Accad and Koka Report

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20. How Healthcare Systems Scapegoat Physicians: The Bawa-Garba Case

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08/12/2018Audio/Video
Hadiza Bawa-Garba was convicted of involuntary manslaughter by a British court for her role in the care of a patient in a hospital setting fraught with system failures. Dr. Saurabh Jha shares his insights on this case.
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19. Public Reporting: Necessary Evil or Harmful Fake News?

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08/11/2018Audio/Video
Public reporting of outcomes aims to improve service quality, but has also harmed patients and doctors alike. Can any good come out of it?
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18. A Doctor Fights Against CON Laws

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08/04/2018Audio/Video
Dr. Gajendra Singh is attempting to provide affordable ultrasound, CT, and MRI imaging to his community, but the government is stopping him in an effort to protect existing providers.
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17. Hope in the Fight Against MOC

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07/29/2018Audio/Video
Dr. Wes Fisher outlines the new initiatives that stand a realistic chance of turning the tide against the quasi-regulatory monopoly of the American Board of Internal Medicine.
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16. The EHR Will See You Now

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07/22/2018Audio/Video
Twila Brase reveals the ugly truths about electronic health records and what can be done to escape from this modern day Panopticon.
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15. Lethal Regulation: The 1962 FDA Amendments

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07/15/2018Audio/Video
Dr. Mary Ruwart discusses the unintended consequences of the 1962 amendments to the FDA.
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14. EBM "India-style" with Dr. Anupam Singh

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07/10/2018Audio/Video
Dr. Anupam Singh offers a sound and intelligent perspective on the proper role of clinical trials and clinical judgment in medical care.
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13. A buffet of Blood Pressure Guidelines

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06/30/2018Audio/Video
Anish Koka and Michel Accad have fun discussing the controversies about blood pressure guidelines with guest Dr. Swapnil Hiremath.
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12. John Mandrola: The Case for "Less-Is-More"

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06/24/2018Audio/Video
What is the best way to curtail unwarranted therapies? Should there be more top down regulations or is it possible that more health care freedom will lead to less utilization?
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11. The Case Against Shared Decision-Making

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06/16/2018Audio/Video
Shared decision-making has become a sacred cow of medical ethics almost overnight. Anish Koka and Michel Accad review the history of this concept and why it is contrary to a sound doctor-patient relationship.
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