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UrgentOPPOSE Biden Health Care Anti-Discrimination Proposal 

OPPOSE Biden Health Care Anti-Discrimination Proposal 

The Biden administration has issued a proposed anti-discrimination health care rule to force doctors to provide “gender-affirming care” regardless of moral or medical objections. Every institution that receives federal dollars would be required to comply. No exemptions. The deadline for public comments is Monday, Oct. 3, 2022. Make an official public comment: https://tinyurl.com/ycka42mw 

NewCCHF: Supreme Court Wrong to Refuse 10-State Health Care Worker Vaccination Appeal

CCHF: Supreme Court Wrong to Refuse 10-State Health Care Worker Vaccination Appeal

ST. PAUL, Minn. —  On Monday, October 3, 2022, the Supreme Court refused to take up the 10-state appeal against the Biden administration’s vaccination rule for health care workers in health care facilities that receive federal funds.

 

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NewCCHF Letter to US Senate Opposing National Patient ID

CCHF Letter to US Senate Opposing National Patient ID

CCHF, along with 25 other individuals and organizations representing American citizens nationwide, sent a letter to Congressional leadership and Members of the Appropriations Committee February 10, 2022, to express strong opposition to ending the longstanding prohibition on funding and development for the controversial, and very troubling, federal Unique Patient Identifier (UPI). See the letter here.

CCHF Sends Letter to Appropriations Committee

CCHF Sends Letter to Appropriations Committee

CCHF has asked Congress to request The Office of the National Coordinator of Health IT (ONC) publicize their report on creating a Unique Patient Identifier. ONC recently submitted to the Senate Labor, Health and Human Services (Labor-HHS) Appropriations Subcommittee a report on their recommendation regarding funding a Unique Patient Identifier. However, they have not made this report public. CCHF has written to the Chair and Ranking Member of the Labor-HHS subcommittee, and the Chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee, requesting that the report be made public. 

PUBLISHED — CCHF's OpEd Opposing Nationwide Sharing of Cancer Data

PUBLISHED — CCHF's OpEd Opposing Nationwide Sharing of Cancer Data

ALPHA NEWS, April 12, 2022: Legislation to permit nationwide sharing of names, addresses, diagnoses, treatments, and other personal information of every Minnesota cancer patient is rapidly advancing in the Minnesota House. This private data, which has long been held securely within Minnesota borders, could soon be available to government officials in every state and the federal government.

ACTION ALERT — Tell Your Senator to Stop National Patient ID!

ACTION ALERT — Tell Your Senator to Stop National Patient ID!

Congress is deciding right now whether to fund a National Patient ID – a single, federally-issued number that links all your medical records together. This “Unique Patient Identifier” has been prohibited for more than 20 years due to concerns about patient privacy, personal autonomy and the national security risks associated with centralized databases of personal information. Click here to send the key decisionmakers and your U.S. Senators a message asking them NOT to fund a National Patient ID.

Stop the National Patient ID

Stop the National Patient ID

ASK CONGRESS: Request that the U.S. Senate and U.S. House (in the pending appropriations bill) maintain the prohibition on funding and development of the Unique Patient ID (UPI). Ask them to sign on as a sponsor to the repeal of the UPI, as introduced in H.R. 5812 by Congressman Chip Roy (and 8 co-authors) and S. 3124 by U.S. Senators Rand Paul and Marsha Blackburn. It is best to telephone your members. Email is less effective: https://www.congressionalinstitute.org/contact-congress/

 

CCHF President and Co-founder, Twila Brase, Shares Message of Hope at CCHF's Annual Gala Sept. 9

CCHF President and Co-founder, Twila Brase, Shares Message of Hope at CCHF's Annual Gala Sept. 9

CCHF's President and Co-founder, Twila Brase shared her vision for health freedom in America, milestones accomplished over our 25-year history and our goals for the coming year.  Watch her presentation here

Dr. Scott W. Atlas speaks at CCHF's Gala on Sept. 9th, 2021

Dr. Scott W. Atlas speaks at CCHF's Gala on Sept. 9th, 2021

September 9th was a night to remember! Dr. Scott Atlas provided insightful analysis and an insider's view of the White House Coronavirus Taskforce to a near full capacity crowd at CCHF's Fundraising Gala. Click here to listen to his presentation.

CCHF Testifies Against National Medical Database

CCHF Testifies Against National Medical Database

CCHF Legislative and Policy Manager Ashley Smothers testified on February 18 against a bill before the Minnesota legislature that sought to advance a national database and expand patient data sharing. Her testimony starts around 14:00 into the video.