If YOU were king or queen, what’s the one thing you’d change in health care? At a town hall meeting, one woman answered: “Why can’t it just be simple?” What do YOU say? Send your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll share them in a coming eNews.
Join the Wedge!
Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF, www.cchfreedom.org) unveiled ‘The Wedge of Health Freedom,’ a new initiative that points to a better way of doing health care that will allow doctors and patients to renew a personal relationship, while saving money and protecting privacy of patient data at the same time:
The creation of The Wedge of Health Freedom was a result of CCHF looking at the current state of health care: where high prices and government reporting are the norm; where one-size-fits-all treatments and narrow networks limit patient choices and tie doctors’ hands; where intrusive questionnaires and data-sharing without consent put patients’ privacy at risk; where an impersonal bureaucratic processes and managed care controls inhibit a true doctor-patient relationship and compromise care.
ST. PAUL, Minn.—In his first few hours as President of the United States, Donald Trump on Friday signed an executive order that will minimize the economic burdens of the Affordable Care Act.
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HEALTH FREEDOM WATCH
Volume 19: Issue 4: 4th Quarter 2016
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What will you hear tonight? In the second presidential debate, Hillary Clinton showed how a polished politician can tell the truth and simultaneously mislead.
CCHF President Twila Brase with five third-party free doctors at the 2016 Direct Primary Care: Nuts and Bolts to 2.0 Conference sponsored by Docs 4 Patient Care Foundation and the Texas Medical Association sharing their fight for freedom.
ST. PAUL, Minn.—Viewers around the nation will watch tonight’s first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton with rapt attention. Though Americans may tune in for different reasons—the economy, national security, religious liberties—patient advocates at one health freedom organization will be watching with a singular subject in mind.
CCHF President Twila Brase presenting The Wedge to the AAPS Annual Meeting in Oklahoma City on Sept 23, 2016.
ST. PAUL, Minn.—The far-reaching and heated debate over the $600 EpiPen has created a national conversation about ridiculously high—and skyrocketing even higher—drug prices. And now two lawsuits have been filed.