New7 Smart Reasons Not to Enroll in Obamacare

7 Smart Reasons Not to Enroll in Obamacare

ST. PAUL, Minn.—This past year was the biggest test for the Affordable Care Act. And Obamacare failed miserably on many levels. From technological enrollment glitches to privacy concerns, Obamacare didn’t gain many new fans in 2014. In fact, the government health care plan alienated more than it won over.

NewSouth Dakota Ballot Initiative Could Give Patients Health Care Freedom

South Dakota Ballot Initiative Could  Give Patients Health Care Freedom

ST. PAUL, Minn.—Next month, South Dakota voters will see an initiative on their ballots that could put health care decisions back in their own hands.

NewGovernment Uses Ebola Scare to Trample Americans’ Freedoms

Government Uses Ebola Scare to Trample Americans’ Freedoms

ST. PAUL, Minn.—For much of the summer, the Ebola epidemic seemed like a far-away problem without much threat here at home.

But now, a Liberian man who flew to Texas to visit family has been diagnosed with the deadly disease, and fears have escalated.

 

NewProtect Your Wallet at Tax Time

Protect Your Wallet at Tax Time

ST. PAUL, Minn.—Most Americans wouldn’t dream of planning ahead to ensure that they won’t get a tax refund. But for those who have chosen to go uninsured under the Affordable Care Act, it’s in their best interest to have $0 in tax refunds coming to them for the 2014 tax year.

 

NewInsurance Company Drops Obamacare!

Insurance Company Drops Obamacare!

Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom:  Insurers Realizing That ‘Business Model’ of Government Health Care Doesn’t Work

ST. PAUL, Minn.—The insurance company with the most customers signed up through the state Obamacare health exchange in Minnesota, MNsure, has pulled out of the government health care plan, saying continuing into 2015 is “not sustainable.”

New‘Recommendations Become Requirements’

‘Recommendations Become Requirements’

Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom’s Twila Brase Says New Bill Will Give Feds Even More Control over Health Care

ST. PAUL, Minn.—A new bill has been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives that will give the government even more control over Americans’ private data and medical decisions.

NewHealth Privacy Threats: Exposed!

Health Privacy Threats: Exposed!

ST. PAUL, Minn.—On Thursday, September 11, Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF,www.cchfreedom.org) marked its 20th anniversary of preserving patient-centered health care and protecting patient and privacy rights while also looking to the future of the country’s health care system.  

 

NewCCHF’s Twila Brase Honored with Award for Achievements in Health Freedom

CCHF’s Twila Brase Honored with Award for Achievements in Health Freedom

ST. PAUL, Minn.—Twila Brase, president and co-founder of Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF, www.cchfreedom.org), a Minnesota-based national organization dedicated to preserving patient-centered health care and protecting patient and privacy rights, was honored this past weekend at the Sacred Fire of Liberty Gala Celebration in Cambridge, Md. for her achievements in health freedom.

NewData Dangers: Americans’ Electronic Medical Records at Risk for Hacking

Data Dangers: Americans’ Electronic Medical Records at Risk for Hacking

ST. PAUL, Minn.— Last week, Community Health Systems, which operates 206 hospitals in 28 states, announced hackers had broken into its computer system and stolen data on 4.5 million patients. That data included names, Social Security numbers, physical addresses, birthdays and telephone numbers, paving the way for criminals to open bank accounts and credit cards in the patients’ names.

New10-Year Government Plan Will Share Private Patient Data

10-Year Government Plan Will Share Private Patient Data

ST. PAUL, Minn.—Earlier this summer, government health IT coordinators announced the formation of a 10-year electronic health records (EHR) interoperability plan that will allow even more government agencies access to Americans’ private medical data—all in the name of better patient care.