The Medical Community Speaks Out
BRI is a proud supporter of the NextGenMed Podcast, where current medical students and professionals discuss free market healthcare.
BRI is a proud supporter of the NEXGENMED Podcast, where current medical students and professionals discuss free market healthcare.
BRI hosts board-certified dermatologist Dr. Erine Kupetsky, D.O. to chat with medical students Jeffrey Bettag (MS3) and Thomas Szewczyk (MS2) to speak on her unique experiences as the owner of her own dermatology practice. Kupetsky, who opened her own practice in Lawrenceville, New Jersey in 2018, accepted insurance until less than a year ago. Her unique experiences as a head of practice and business owner has led her to start using direct pay, which she believes is the way forward for our future medical professionals.
Dr. Manu M. Mathew, M.D., a graduate of American University of Antigua Medical School joins medical student Jeffery Bettag (MS2) to discuss the intricacies of the match process for medical graduates. Matthew, a 2012 medical school graduate, has attempted to match consistently for over six years without luck and currently is a national advocate for unmatched . His unique insight into the match process leads to a riveting discussion on assisted physician programs in various states, as well as what current medical students can do to better prepare for their match day.
United States Medical Association founder and physician-attorney, Dr. Julio Gonzalez, M.D., J.D. joins medical student, Rufus Sweeney (MS4), to discuss how the American Medical Association has failed to represent physicians across the country, how the US Medical Association was started, and what it’s doing to advocate for doctors.
Former hospital executive and current healthcare think tank leader, David Balat, joins Rufus Sweeney to discuss his experiences in medical administration, how doctors are being suppressed and patients are losing money, and how Free2Care was started.
International healthcare economist, Dr. Robert Graboyes, joins Rufus Sweeney to discuss how statistics can become utilized to manipulate medicine and misguide physicians, delving into the history of malpractice and its relationship to ideology and data mismanagement.
BRI student host, Rufus Sweeney, and private practice psychiatrist, Dr. Brian Dixon, discuss the journey that many doctors take to shape how they treat patients in their specialization, delving into the process that physicians can take to learn business concepts and create autonomy for themselves in the healthcare system.
BRI student host, Rufus Sweeney, and Dr. G. Keith Smith, cofounder of the Oklahoma Surgery Center, discuss the benefits of free enterprise in the practice of medicine and how practice models such as Direct Primary and Direct Speciality Care are the answer to reforming our broken healthcare system.
Dr. Gilbert Berdine, Associate Professor of Internal & Pulmonary Medicine at Texas Tech Health Science Center and Faculty Affiliate with the Free Market Institute.
Dr. Gilbert Berdine traces his interesting and informative journey from studying engineering at MIT to practicing pulmonology and Austrian economics at Texas Tech.
Dr. Christy Ford Chapin and podcast host, Rufus Sweeney, discuss, “How Did Our Healthcare System Become Such a Mess?” the journey in depth.