1:45 - FBN’s Diane Macedo on one doctor’s creative way to save money for his practice as well as his patients.
2:43 - The Lifeline Program’s Scott Page says he approves of the states buying back life insurance policies from consumers to pay for long-term care.
3:32 - Dr. Doug Nunamaker on why he stopped taking insurance, and how much he’s saving his patients.
4:11 - Accordia Therapeutics CEO Ron Cohen weighs in on the future of drug research.
3:37 - Dr. Marc Siegel on the report that less than 25% of medical students become primary care doctors.
5:21 - Former MLS player Taylor Twellman on efforts to raise awareness of the dangers from concussions, particularly for children.
3:36 - Dr. Manny Alvarez on security concerns for electronic medical records.
4:33 - Manhattan Institute Senior Fellow Avik Roy on the rising costs for young people due to the health-care law.
5:00 - Concerned Veterans for America CEO Pete Hegseth on the red tape facing veterans filing disability claims.
4:35 - Scanadu CEO Water de Brouwer on the Scout, a device he created that works with your smartphone to monitor your health.
5:48 - Arena Pharmaceuticals CEO Jack Lief and Eisai Americas CEO Lonnel Coats on the launch of the new weight-loss drug Belviq.
6:39 - Veracode founder Chris Wysopal on the security risks of medical data.
5:17 - Catamaran CEO Mark Thierer on how the deal will reduce costs for prescription medications.
4:51 - FBN’s Diane Macedo breaks down the stories moving the markets ahead of the trading day.
9:24 - Winthrop University Hospital’s Dr. Aaron Katz, a leading urologist, on his holistic program to treat prostate cancer.
4:22 - Leslie Cross on how Alphatec Holding is coming up with new solutions to treating trauma victims
2:05 - Dr. Manny Alvarez on whether Michael Douglas’ comments will increase HPV vaccinations.
4:01 - Urological Surgeon Dr. Philippa Cheetham on the latest cancer drugs.
3:24 - New York Cardiac Center Director Dr. Steve Reisman on why medical costs are higher in the U.S. compared to other countries.
1:42 - FBN’s Tracy Byrnes on the potential financial impact of the health-care law.
3:58 - Former Health and Human Services deputy secretary Tevi Troy on the mandate in the health-care law that requires all Americans to purchase health insurance.
3:27 - Dr. Nina Radcliff on the concerns over the risks from blood pressure medications.
3:37 - Cumberland Advisors Chairman David Kotok argues economic growth will keep Social Security and disability programs running.
1:33 - FBN's Rich Edson breaks down the details of the Social Security and Medicare Trustees Report.
6:10 - Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Mitchell Brooks and Tea Party activist Katrina Pierson on the impact of ObamaCare on health care.
1:42 - FBN’s Rich Edson on the challenges the White House still faces in implementing the health-care law.
5:33 - S&P Capital IQ biotechnology analyst Steve Silver on strategies for investing in the biotechnology sector.
1:43 - FBN's Peter Barnes breaks down health-care reforms impact on insurance premiums.
6:25 - FNC medical contributor Dr. Marc Siegel on WHO warnings about the MERS virus.
17:59 - Registered Dietician Laura Cipullo on a report that people often underestimate the calories in the food they eat.
5:13 - WSJ Senior Sports Writer Kevin Helliker on reports that too much exercise could actually have detrimental effects on your health.
5:45 - St. Barnabas Hospital’s Dr. Ernest Patti and economist Peter Morici on growing concerns of a potential MERS virus outbreak.
4:07 - Sigma-Aldrich CEO Rakesh Sachdev on how the company supports pharmaceuticals companies.
3:29 - Dr. Manny Alvarez says some strains of bird flu are resistant to Tamiflu, which is a huge warning sign.
2:52 - Rep. Joe Barton, (R-Texas), on reports HHS Secretary Sebelius is soliciting private companies for donations to fund the health-care law.
3:49 - Orthodontist Dr. Larry Kawa on reports HHS Secretary Sebelius is soliciting companies for donations.
4:08 - Workforce Fairness Institute Advisor Barbara Comstock on unions’ mounting opposition to the health-care law.
2:06 - FBN's Liz MacDonald on unions backing off from ObamaCare.
3:41 - Former Reagan economic advisor Art Laffer weighs in on the health-care law.
6:00 - Veracode founder Chris Wysopal on the potential risks of using the cloud to store digital medical records.
2:56 - Internist Dr. Sue DeCotiis on the potential benefits of a universal flu vaccine.
6:02 - Former Center for Medicaid and Medicare Services’ Dr. Scott Gottlieb and Manhattan Institute’s Paul Howard on the rising costs for health care.
2:59 - Former Allscripts CEO Glen Tullman on building a glass-blowing studio with his son and the future of health care.
5:22 - SmartCredit.com Consumer Education President John Ulzheimer on how health insurers collect and use consumer information.
4:23 - World Privacy Forum Executive Director Pam Dixon on the increasing risk of medical identity theft as medical records are digitized.
6:33 - Patient Privacy Rights founder Dr. Deborah Peel and EPIC President Marc Rotenberg on privacy concerns over patient information.
1:39 - FBN’s Tracy Byrnes on mounting questions over the IRS’ role in ObamaCare.
3:30 - Axel Krieger of the Children's National Medical Center discusses how medical professionals are using the 3D printed models to improve surgical techniques.
3:28 - Hackensack University Medical Center President Robert Garrett on their work with the Imus Ranch for Kids with Cancer.
4:56 - Raw-Nation founder Julie Wilson on her work with the Imus Ranch for Kids With Cancer.
4:56 - Former Gov. Haley Barbour, (R-Miss.), on HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius asking companies for financial donations to help implement health-care reform.
4:40 - eHealth CEO Gary Lauer on how online health marketplaces can reduce costs for the government.
4:22 - JMP Securities analyst Michael King on his strategies for choosing stocks in the biotech sector.
3:10 - Organovo CEO Keith Murphy on the company’s research with 3D technology to print living organ cells for research use.
5:10 - FBN’s Liz MacDonald has an exclusive interview with Donna Karan on how she’s working to make a healthier United States.
4:12 - Former Governor Christine Todd Whitman, (R-N.J.), argues we need to focus more on prevention when it comes to health care.
4:06 - Pet lifestyle expert Laura Nativo on the potential benefits of health insurance for your pet.
4:03 - Rep. Bill Cassidy, (R-La..), on reforming Medicaid financing.
3:54 - Innovare Health Advisors CEO Dr. Chuck Willey on the impact of the health-care law on his business.
5:29 - Ariad Pharmaceuticals CEO Dr. Harvey Berger on the company’s new medication to treat leukemia.