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There are serious dangers lurking behind the government’s $30 billion electronic health record experiment. This omnipresent technology turns doctors into data clerks and shifts attention from patients to paperwork — while health plans, government agencies, and the health data industry profit. Patients who think the HIPAA “privacy” rule protects the confidentiality of their medical information will beshocked to discover it makes their medical records an open book.

Inside this book, discover:

  • How Congress forced doctors to install a surveillance system in the exam room

  • The impact of EHRs on patient care, costs, patient safety and more, according to doctors and more than 125 studies 

  • How patient treatment decisions are controlled (and tracked) by the EHR

  • What specific steps back to freedom, privacy, and patient safety are available, and why we must act now.

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Click here to submit your EHR story to CCHF! (patient or doctor)




On March 11, 2019, 'Big Brother' received a FIRST-PLACE honor in the 2018-2019 Reader Views Literary Awards!  Encourage your friends, colleagues, and family to purchase and read the book!
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On May 4, 2019, 'Big Brother' received two awards in the Midwest Independent Publishing Association's 29th Annual Midwest Book Awards Gala: FINALIST in the "Health" category and WINNER in the "Social Issues/Political Issues/Culture" category.

On May 17, the National Indie Excellence Awards announced that "Big Brother" had been chosen as a FINALIST in the "Medical" category.


A couple from Texas attended the CCHF annual event and purchased ten books 
to take back to Texas for distribution, September 2018.


Twila Brase signs her book at a Heartland Institute book
event in Chicago, November 2018.


Twila Brase went on the "Kip & Max Save the World" Podcast to discuss
"Big Brother" and how HIPAA data is being weaponized, February 2019 


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