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Happening now new data out today from -- on health care and -- -- Texas in Massachusetts at the extremes of health coverage in our country.
More than a quarter of Texas residents don't have coverage at -- Massachusetts nearly 95% of revenue and Arab residents actually deal.
And this can make for some interesting arguments in the primary battle between Rick Perry.
And Mitt Romney for obvious reasons in the meantime there's a new trend in health care that caught our attention.
Urging care at your convenience -- next guest -- at that franchises have urgent care facilities across state lines and -- doctor Scott Berger.
He's a former ER doctor and Harlan and also the co-founder of doctors expressed to doctor -- when we think about franchising I think -- that about fast food.
Is this the same sort of model as a fast food joint -- medecins.
Well now I mean we're delivering high quality.
Efficient health care but what we're trying to do.
Is take those people lab at the emergency room who have been turning -- for because it was their only source of care.
Whether it was because they didn't have insurance and said He didn't have a doctor available.
Or for those people who have primary care doctors but they couldn't get an appointment the same day.
-- really talk about a high quality.
Service not fast food.
A high quality service but there's no federal regulations of these clinics and you actually don't have to be a doctor to open -- so what kind of -- to someone take by.
-- going intent to when -- your shops.
Well our physicians are credentialed and go through the same process as they would if they were to open up.
Their own medical practice where they were to become credentials.
Through a hospital so you can rest assured that if you come into -- doctors expressed.
You're going to be seen by high quality.
Or certified either emergency medicine family practice or internal medicine doctor.
We go through the same process that.
The traditional medical establishment that people are used to is going through get their physician.
And -- plant our audience that that's your -- is as as the founder of this franchise -- this same sorts of qualifications and -- -- brings in your own.
Experiences from their emergency room.
I had to that at -- -- what the new healthcare law.
What will that do -- anything to your model of business.
Well -- our perspective we think that anything that.
Gives more people health insurance and access to care is going to be good.
Both for the US -- buffer all US citizens.
But also for a business model more people are going to be seeking out both primary care and episodic needs they might.
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