Dr. Nikki explains what is driving the lack of hospital bed availability - and it's not Omicron! She also explains the rebates on medications and how the kickbacks work with the pharmaceutical companies.
Dr. Nikki hosts a podcast called Free To Care, where she describes the hidden systemic issues plaguing the US healthcare system. This is an important subject because it's under the radar.
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