Medicare

‘Give Doctors a Reason to Stay’

‘Give Doctors a Reason to Stay’

ST. PAUL, Minn.—The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recently asked the medical community for input into a proposed “Patients over Paperwork” initiative, where additional focus would be placed on patient-centered care, innovation and outcomes, according to this summer’s Request for Information

CCHF Urges President Trump to Delink Medicare and Social Security

CCHF Urges President Trump to Delink Medicare and Social Security

ST. PAUL, Minn.—Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF) has sent a letter to President Donald Trump with an urgent request that will impact nearly every American as they age. 

Running on Empty: CCHF Points to New Report Showing Rising Costs and Future Insolvency for Medicare

Running on Empty: CCHF Points to New Report Showing Rising Costs and Future Insolvency for Medicare

ST. PAUL, Minn.—The recently released 2019 Medicare Trustees Report shows that Medicare spending will spike by 2038, with total Medicare costs expected to grow from 3.7% of gross domestic product in 2018 to 5.9% in the next 20 years, Modern Healthcare reported.

Will Trump Give Americans the Freedom to Opt-Out of Medicare?

Will Trump Give Americans the Freedom to Opt-Out of Medicare?

Medicare is failing.  The recent Medicare Trustees report warns Congress that the hospitalization part of the “Medicare Trust Fund” (which exists only on paper) will be depleted in 2026. In seven short years, there will no longer be any surplus funds allotted to Medicare Part A (hospitalization), and payroll taxes will be insufficient to cover the full cost of care.

Medicare for All is a Pipe Dream

Medicare for All is a Pipe Dream

ST. PAUL, Minn.—Democrats are touting Medicare for All and free health care for everyone. There’s just one problem, says Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF).

It won’t work. 

Twila Brase talks health care and 'Big Brother in the Exam Room' on Max & Kip Podcast

Twila Brase talks health care and 'Big Brother in the Exam Room' on Max & Kip Podcast

Listen to Twila Brase on the Max and Kip Podcast:  Are we actually talking about the right things that are broken in our healthcare system? Twila helps break down where the costs come from, how old decrees have laid the groundwork for our system, and what must be done to solve it.  They also discuss Twila’s new book, “Big Brother in the Exam Room” which exposes how HIPAA data is being weaponized against both the patient and the doctor from on high.

MN Legislative Update with Sue Jeffers on Twin Cities News Talk AM 1130

MN Legislative Update with Sue Jeffers on Twin Cities News Talk AM 1130

CCHF's State Legislative and Policy Director, Matt Flanders, shared a MN legislative update with Sue Jeffers on Twin Cities News Talk, AM 1130.  Sue and Matt discussed the DFL's MinnesotaCare "Buy-In" option and their plan to not let the MnCare provider tax go away, which taxes the sick and is scheduled to be repealed in January 2020. Follow this link to listen to the interview.

 

Big Brother is a Big Seller

Big Brother is a Big Seller

HEALTH FREEDOM WATCH

Volume 21: Issue 4: 4th Quarter 2018

Prior Authorization Endangers Patients

Prior Authorization Endangers Patients

Why are health plans permitted to tell doctors how to practice medicine?  Have you questioned this dangerous assertion of corporate power over the physician, who has 11 to 15 years of training, or have you just accepted it?

Petition to Trump: Allow Seniors to Opt Out of Medicare w/o Losing Social Security

Petition to Trump:  Allow Seniors to Opt Out of Medicare w/o Losing Social Security

ST. PAUL, Minn.Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF) and other respected health organizations are urging President Donald Trump to allow senior citizens to voluntarily opt out of Medicare—without losing their Social Security benefits.