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08/17/18 Employers Offer Coverage, Not Insurance PDF
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08/15/18 How Low Can Prices Go? PDF
08/14/18 Know Who is Treating You PDF
08/13/18 Does Your Doctor Have a Conflict of Interest With You? PDF

NewJudge Rules Against Parents in Baby DNA Case

Judge Rules Against Parents in Baby DNA Case

ST. PAUL, Minn.Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF) is responding after a District Court ruled in favor of the defense on a motion to dismiss a case involving Baby DNA in Michigan. Read the Aug. 8 Adam Kanuszewski, et. al. v. Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, et. al. decision here.

NewThe 22-Year HIPAA ‘Privacy’ Misnomer

The 22-Year HIPAA ‘Privacy’ Misnomer

ST. PAUL, Minn.—For more than two decades, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and its federal rule have been touted as a way to keep patients’ personal medical information private. 

But HIPAA has been under a “privacy” misnomer for 22 years, and in fact, doesn’t protect patient privacy at all. 

Putting “America” Back into Health Care

Putting “America” Back into Health Care

Everything went smoothly at first. Ilan, the nine-year old son of American physician Benjamin Davies, MD, broke his arm on vacation in Italy. The local hospital x-rayed the arm, reduced the fractures of each bone and applied a cast. But the question of surgery could only be determined by driving to a bigger hospital 1.5 hours away.

Health Care Data Breaches Put the Private Medical Information of Millions of Americans in Jeopardy

Health Care Data Breaches Put the Private Medical Information of Millions of Americans in Jeopardy

ST. PAUL, Minn.—Well over 1 million patients are the latest victims of a huge health care data breach. Just last week, UnityPoint Health notified 1.4 million patients that their records may have been breached when its business system was compromised by a phishing attack, reported Healthcare IT News.

New Rule Reverses Obama-Era Damage and Gives Americans in Need of Short-Term Coverage Relief from Pricey Obamacare Premiums

New Rule Reverses Obama-Era Damage and Gives Americans in Need of Short-Term Coverage Relief from Pricey Obamacare Premiums

ST. PAUL, Minn.—Earlier today, Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF) participated in a conference call with leaders inside the Trump administration regarding a rule that would provide Americans options to purchase short-term health insurance policies. 

CCHF 2018 Annual Dinner

CCHF 2018 Annual Dinner

Please join keynote speaker KEITH SMITH, M.D., for an inspiring presentation about
Showcasing Free-Market Medicine in Action

with emcee BOB DAVIS 
Thursday, September 27, 2018

click HERE to register!