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Tom Loker and Tim Henning bring you a new podcast series, HealthReform 2.0: Beyond the Partisan Divide.  It’s the only podcast in the world for people with a curious mind and a desire to have a better healthcare system. We are looking for people who what to know why healthcare doesn’t work, how we got here or what we can do to fix it?  We hope you will listen to this teaser and subscribe. The podcast is available on Google Play, iTunes, Spotify and others coming soon.

May 14, 2018

Henry J. Kaiser did more for America than build WWII Liberty Ships. Find out about our Greatest Entrepreneur and his legacy of healthcare.

Henry J. Kaiser is arguably America’s first and greatest entrepreneur. His accomplishments ranged from construction to healthcare, from steel and aluminum to aerospace and...


May 7, 2018

The Kennedy’s path of elevation of American culture and ideals comes to a tragic end. Johnson seizes an opportunity for THE PARTY.  Social Security gets expanded with Medicare and Medicaid and the nation gets hooked.  Wilbur Mills concerns become to reality.

This period fully transitions the intent of our...


Apr 30, 2018

The 1950s were pivotal years for our nation and its healthcare system. The Years of the Korean War, The of a re-addiction of America, of Stereotypes and breaking bonds. The years leading up to Kennedy’s assassination were full of advances and bad judgments. Come find out how they set the stage for the problems we...


Apr 18, 2018

Episode 1.7: New Treatments, New Mistakes, New Ideas, is fully baked and available at HealthReform 2.0, www.hr-20.com. Our journey through healthcare’s history is almost complete.  Thanks to all who have sent us e-mails with suggestions and the questions you want answered.  We will be moving on to these topics, and...


Apr 12, 2018

Episode 1.6, New Depression - New Deal - New War.

In this episode we go from 1920 to 1950. We discuss the events and governmental actions that set the stage for a series of healthcare decisions that formed the basis of many of the problems we now have in our healthcare system.

We also begin the discussion of Henry J....