Keifer and Ti are joined by classmate Misha Vadodaria to discuss the Fair Drug Pricing Act that was re-introduced in Congress this week. Ti takes the group to “Dinner @ the White House” [29:18] before playing “Fake News and Friends,” a quiz game about ridiculous news headlines. Finally, the group explores the data and rationale behind the wage gap between men and women in medicine [38:20].
This week, classmate and fellow Kathryn Petersen joins Keifer and Ti on the podcast to talk about new legislation that would allow certified professional midwives to practice in Alabama [1:22]. After playing Diagnostocracy’s new game, “Who Said It?” [19:46], the group breaks down the passing of the newly revised AHCA, its future in the Senate, and what you can do about the fundamental, political divide in the health care debate [23:10].
This week on Diagnostocracy, Ti and Keifer welcome students Jennifer Fields and Jesse Aquino to review the March for Science and the inevitably partisan role of science in politics. Jennifer and Jesse then discuss their experience advocating health policy while at DO Day on Capitol Hill earlier this month.
Welcome to Diagnostocracy’s first podcast episode! Today Ti and Keifer introduce you to the pod. Then their fellow classmate, Leigh Graziano, joins them as they discuss the American Health Care Act (AHCA) and the court battles happening in Arkansas over lethal injection.