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10/12/18 End the Charity Care Charade PDF
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NewCitizens’ Council for Health Freedom: Don’t Enroll in Obamacare—There Are Better Ways

Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom: Don’t Enroll in Obamacare—There Are Better Ways

ST. PAUL, Minn.—As Americans wait for Texas federal Judge Reed O’Connor to rule on the latest Obamacare case brought by 20 state attorneys general, the American public faces another open enrollment under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). 

Creating National Biometric System for Patient Matching Will Threaten Privacy and Security

Creating National Biometric System for Patient Matching Will Threaten Privacy and Security

ST. PAUL, Minn.—The Pew Research Center last week released a new public opinion report on “patient matching,” a term which is simply a less-offensive moniker for “national patient ID,” says Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF).

The Room Was Packed!

The Room Was Packed!

CCHF’s 2018 fundraising dinner on September 27th was a huge success. Sponsors and guests heard a message of hope and heard about affordable free-market medicine in action.

Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom Highlights Privacy Concerns Within Opioid Bill

Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom Highlights Privacy Concerns Within Opioid Bill

ST. PAUL, Minn.—Congress is poised to pass an extensive opioid bill that thus far has had bipartisan cooperation, but Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF) has concerns about some of the patient privacy issues within the bill. 

America’s Doctors: ‘This Is Not What We Signed Up For’

America’s Doctors: ‘This Is Not What We Signed Up For’

ST. PAUL, Minn.—The practice of medicine has become frustrating and painful, thanks to Congress forcing government-mandated electronic health records (EHRs) on doctors. 

Government health monitoring is causing physicians to leave the medical practice

Government health monitoring is causing physicians to leave the medical practice

Once upon a time, nothing in the exam room was more important than the patient. Using years of training and experience, your doctor would listen carefully as you shared the reasons why you were there. But today, the exam room has a distracting intruder. Your doctor’s eyes and attention are too often focused on a computer screen — the government-mandated electronic health record (EHR).