Founded by former Senior Health Care Reporter at Marketplace, Dan Gorenstein, Tradeoffs' mission is to help the folks on Main Street, Wall Street and Capitol Hill have smarter, more honest conversations about health policy. We combine data and evidence and storytelling to help people better understand the complicated, costly and often counterintuitive world of health care. more
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I just found this podcast and binge-listened to like 2 years worth and it's TOTALLY important information that I wish made the general news. But you don't ever ask your the reality-check questions that would make them question their own basic assumptions. Like the politician who was kinda feeling guilty about having to vote against continuing a successful Medicaid expansion if the state wasn't allowed to keep charging premiums. He kept talking about "having skin in the game" meaning charging pre... more
T.O. Continues to be one of the best health care policy pods!
This podcast covers interesting topics but is often oversimplified. Overall I would say it seems substantively pretty good. However, I find it sometimes hard to listen to because the interviews always feel so unnatural and scripted. There’s just something off about the way everyone speaks.
Tradeoffs make complex healthcare matters easy to understand by blending top research with first-person narratives. Healthcare policy impacts all of us and Tradeoffs helps us understand where the challenges are and how to take action to improve upon them.
I get it, if you want to be sexy, you have to be dramatic. But this show almost always fails to keep it real by sensationalizing health care doom and gloom. Most recently, on medical debt, which is supposedly destroying the country, 100 million Americans have $140 Billion in debt!!! Do the math…its an average if $1,400. Not only not destroying us…it’s pocket change.
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Tradeoffs launched 4 years ago and published 240 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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