Health Care Reform - Obamacare

FLORIDA, ET AL., v. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVS., ET AL., NAT’L FEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT BUSINESS, ET AL. v. SEBELIUS, SECRETARY OF HHS, ET AL.

FLORIDA, ET AL., v. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVS., ET AL., NAT’L FEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT BUSINESS, ET AL. v. SEBELIUS, SECRETARY OF HHS, ET AL.

 

BRIEF OF ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, INDIVIDUAL PHYSICIANS and CITIZENS’ COUNCIL FOR HEALTH FREEDOM AS AMICI CURIAE IN SUPPORT OF PETITIONERS

Government Biosurveillance Plan Proposes Warehousing Americans’ Health Information

Government Biosurveillance Plan Proposes Warehousing Americans’ Health Information

We’ve all heard talk of NSA surveillance, but there’s another surveillance that aims to track American’s health records. Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF, www.cchfreedom.org) is alerting Americans about the Obama Administration’s frightening biosurveillance (BSV) initiative, which would gather and analyze detailed health information that should be private and protected.

23 Scary Words in Obamacare

23 Scary Words in Obamacare

Will your doctor be blacklisted? There are 23 words in Obamacare that haven’t gotten much attention -- but should scare every doctor and every patient.

Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom Tells ‘HIPAA Hurt Me’ Stories to Unveil the Dangers of Coercive ‘Privacy’ Form

Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom Tells ‘HIPAA Hurt Me’ Stories to Unveil the Dangers of Coercive ‘Privacy’ Form

If there’s one myth about patient privacy that Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF, www.cchfreedom.org) wants to dispel, it’s that HIPAA protects patients.

Exactly the opposite is true, says CCHF, a Minnesota-based national organization dedicated to preserving patient-centered health care and protecting patient and privacy rights.
 

10 Year Anniversary of National Health Information Technology Office Marks 10 Years of Violating Patient Privacy and Compromising Care

10 Year Anniversary of National Health Information Technology Office Marks 10 Years of  Violating Patient Privacy and Compromising Care

Ten years ago, on April 27, 2004, President George W. Bush issued an executive order to begin computerizing Americans’ medical records without patient consent. His order to set up the Office of the National Coordinator of Health Information Technology was a push toward an interoperable, online-accessible national medical records system. Five years later, President Obama and Congress made the Office permanent through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.

Obama's Tall Tales on Obamacare

Obama's Tall Tales on Obamacare

On April 17, he held a press conference to gloat. Here are a few of Obama’s comments that illuminate his frame of mind -- and his penchant for tall tales and propaganda:

I know every American isn’t going to agree with this law. But I think we can agree that it’s well past time to move on as a country…The point is the repeal debate is and should be over. The Affordable Care Act is working.

Claiming 8 Million Enrollees, Obamacare Is Little More than Medicaid for the Middle Class

Claiming 8 Million Enrollees, Obamacare Is Little More than Medicaid for the Middle Class

Now that the Obamacare enrollment deadline has come and gone, cheerleaders for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) are calling the initiative a success, boasting 8 million signups since enrollment began in October.

But one patient advocacy group says Obamacare has succeeded only in creating a new Medicaid for the middle class.

The Obamacare Hub

The Obamacare Hub

Diagram showing flow of private data and public dollars within the Obamacare IT superstructure. 

7.1 Million Is Not the Magic Number

7.1 Million Is Not the Magic Number

The White House is celebrating 7.1 million sign-ups to the government health care plan now that the March 31 deadline has come and gone.  


But one patient freedom organization says the President shouldn’t celebrate just yet.
 

7.1 Million: Not the Number to Watch

7.1 Million:  Not the Number to Watch

The White House is gloating. President Obama’s cast and crew are celebrating their 7.1 million sign-ups. They claim success. Not so fast. This was just an April Fool's joke on the American people.