Episode #01: It’s the Donuts in the Doctors Lounge (and other things learned in 40 years of private practice)

Dr. Fred Rosenberg has been providing gastroenterology care in the Chicago, Ill. area for more than four decades.

One thing hasn’t changed since he started his practice in 1978. The love that physicians have for treating patients and the recognition that they have something to contribute remains true irrespective of what era they learn or practice in.

Dr. Rosenberg discusses the role that independent medicine plays in meeting the triple aim of improving the patient experience of care, improving the health of populations; and reducing the costs of medicine.

Join Dr. Rosenberg to hear why the independent practice model is the best for treating patients and why Hope, Through History is the only podcast (besides this one, of course) he listens to.

And who doesn’t like donuts? But, you’ll have to listen to get what that’s about…


Produced by Andrew Sousa and Hayden Margolis for Steadfast Collaborative, LLC

Original score by Hayden Margolis

Artwork by Elaborate Shed Productions

Gastro Broadcast, Episode 1

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