On today’s episode of The Call Room, we’re talking about what factors are contributing to increased healthcare costs. Join me to better understand the health insurance industry, the widening pay gap between the administrative side of healthcare and the actual service providers.
We’ll discuss where premiums come from and I’ll share insight about better ways to approach your healthcare as a patient.
I hope you enjoy this episode.
“Healthcare costs can go down, and the way they go down is when we empower patients to be in control.” – Dr. Robert Berry
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“Physicians are not the most compensated in the healthcare chain, it is the administrative group.” – Dr. Robert Berry
- How healthcare costs are rising, not due to surgeon / doctor salaries
- Which factors are contributing to increased healthcare costs
- Understanding health insurance and premiums
- The widening pay gap between CEO and doctors, administrative side and providers
“What makes healthcare systems great are physicians, nurses, technicians.” – Dr. Robert Berry
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- Are Exorbitant Corporate Salaries in Healthcare Unethical?
- CEO-Physician Pay Gap Widens Dramatically Over a Decade
- Docs Get Tiny Raises While Nonprofit Healthcare CEOs Get > $10M
- Bitter Pill: Why Medical Bills Are Killing Us
- Sicko, Documentary by Michael Moore
“One of the things we need to focus on in the future are Shared Medical Plans.” – Dr. Robert Berry