Patient Leader

PodcastDX is a weekly interview based podcast series. Patients provide experience based medical insight, in a peer to peer format. Many Americans turn to friends and family for support and advice when they have a health problem. Since people’s networks are expanding to include online peers, particularly in the crucible of rare disease, we decided to implement a podcast series to interview and discuss various diagnoses with actual patients. Health professionals remain the central source of information for most Americans, but “peer-to-peer healthcare” is a significant supplement. We are just entering our second year, but the impact we are making shows with our ever growing listener base. Our numbers are fast approaching 10,000, and we are picked up in dozens of countries! We hope to continue this growth as we add a new arm to our company, bringing mental health into clearer focus. We are always looking for new guests so if you would like to be a part of the show, drop us a line at PodcastDX@yahoo.com ​


Downers Grove, IL


Rookie of the Year Best in Show: Podcast Advocating for Another Healthcare Collaborator: Patient Best Kept Secret


Best in Show: Podcast Rookie of the Year

Very in depth/experience based podcast regarding major health concerns. Knowing what to expect and what others went through is comforting.

Her podcast has been very eye-opening and informative. Absolutely worth listening to every week!  — Sheila

A very knowledgeable, fun, informative podcast  — John

The Ye at PodcastDX Showcases a variety of medical health conditions to educate and validate their listeners. Their podcast show is one of excellence and value to those who tune in. This dynamic podcast deserves recognition and brought to the forefront! PodcastDX is the “Best Kept Secret” I’ve been fortunate enough to find  — Kristal


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