Subscribe
Bringing Health Policy to the Forefront with Susan Dentzer

The WoMed

Bringing Health Policy to the Forefront with Susan Dentzer

Trust the WoMed to provide you with your weekly dose of heathcare knowledge! This week’s guest is Susan Dentzer, highly regarded health policy expert and Senior Policy Fellow at the…
October 5, 2020
ADVERTISEMENT
WP Engine Wordpress Hosting

Bringing Health Policy to the Forefront with Susan Dentzer

Trust the WoMed to provide you with your weekly dose of healthcare knowledge! This week’s guest is Susan Dentzer, highly regarded health policy expert and Senior Policy Fellow at the Robert J. Margolis Center for Health Policy at Duke University whose experience reporting on healthcare spans decades. She is also the soon to be host of Optum’s podcast, Until It’s Fixed. In this episode, Susan drops some major knowledge bombs as she and host D discuss the major disconnect between what clinicians and patients experience on the ground versus the decisions made by policy makers.

Check out the Kaiser Family Foundation’s website at kff.org for a trusted and accessible source of news on health policy issues and tune in as Susan Dentzer hosts Optum’s new podcast Until It’s Fixed coming out October 6! Be sure to subscribe, rate and review, and follow us on Instagram and Twitter @TheWoMed! Remember to submit your weekly Nurse D Energy moments to D on Instagram – we love reading and sharing them!

Thank you to our amazing sponsors! Check out these deals for our listeners:

DAILY HARVEST- Go to dailyharvest.com and enter promo code “womed” to get $25 off your first box!

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

ADVERTISEMENT
TransferWise

Listen on your favorite player

New to Podcasts? It's easy to get started!

You may also like

The Best Health Podcasts. Delivered to Your Inbox.

Proudly supported by:

cover
Supporting Diversity in Healthtech Investment (Dr. Fiona Pathiraja) Diversity is an increasingly debated topic in startup investments, since founders of under-represented backgrounds may it be gender, race, age, and more too often experience inequality in opportunities.