VIDEO of Thrive, Not Just Survive XX Workshop


On May 9th, physicians from across the country gathered in Minneapolis to learn from colleagues who have transitioned to third-party-free practices and others on the front lines of protecting the patient-physician relationship.

We have made all videos from this event available on YouTube.  Links to the videos are provided below.  If you’d like to watch the workshop from beginning to end you can do so via the YouTube playlist of the event (click “play all”).

Videos are listed in the order the presentations were given on May 9.

Workshop Agenda and Faculty Bios:

Dave Racer, M. Litt.
Introduction to Thrive, Not Just Survive, XX

Richard Reece, M.D.
Direct Pay Independent Practice: Remnant of the Past and Wave of the Future

Lee Beecher, M.D.
Direct Pay Psychiatric Practice

Don Gehrig, M.D. 
Case Study in Third-Party-Free Internal Medicine Practice

Susan Wasson, M.D.
Developing a Direct Pay Internal Medicine Practice in a Rural Setting

Doug Nunamaker, M.D.
Case Study in Direct Pay Family Practice

Q&A with Drs. Beecher, Gehrig, Wasson, & Nunamaker

Robert Sewell, M.D.
Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Practice Happiness

Kathleen Brown, M.D.
Case Study – Oregon Coast Dermatology

Mitchell Brooks, M.D.
Getting Small In Healthcare Delivery

Merlin Brown, M.D. & Dave Racer, M.Litt.
Innovations protecting and restoring the patient-physician relationship

Sean Parnell
The Self-Pay Patient: self-pay health care explained

Daniel Goldberg
Marketing and Public Relations Opportunities for Cash Pay Practices

Jane Orient, M.D.
Independent Medicine is Ethical Medicine

Alieta Eck, M.D.
Front-runner to Win NJ-12 U.S. House Seat

Twila Brase, R.N.
Building a Wedge of Health Care Freedom. Fighting Back against Tools of Tyranny.

Peter Nelson, J.D.
The Evolution of Health Insurance under the ACA

Ken Christman, M.D.
Patient Access Expansion Act – Stopping MOC & MOL

Merrill Matthews, Ph.D.
What Politicians Could Learn from Doctors about How to Do Their Jobs

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