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"Health Care comprises nearly one-fifth of our nation's economy. As such, we need content that intelligently addresses important topics in health. Medical Matters demystifies the complexities of health and health care in 21st-century America, featuring a doctor who has never forgotten his roots as a regular person." -- Dr. John SchumannMedical Matters host John Henning Schumann, M.D., is an internal medicine physician and writer (http://glasshospital.com). He has contributed to Slate, The Atlantic, Marketplace, and National Public Radio's health blog, Shots.Dr. Schumann also serves as guest host for Studio Tulsa on a range of health- and medical-related themes. He was appointed President of the University of Oklahoma – Tulsa in January 2015. You can find him on Twitter @GlassHospital.

Medical Matters: Upstream Doctors

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Host John Schumann speaks with RishiManchanda, author of the TED Book "The Upstream Doctors," regarding new ideas in medical education and so-called 'social determinants of health.' Gary Schwitzer of HealthNewsReview.org reviews the week's health news, and essayist Margaret McCartney from Glasgow teaches us to be wary of 'over-screening' in medical care.

 

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"Upstream Doctors" program with John Schumann

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