MN Senate Committee on Health and Human Services Finance and Policy

MN Senate Committee on Health and Human Services Finance and Policy

Watch the video of the MN Senate committee stopping patient consent repeal.  CCHF fought hard to stop SF 1575 (Sen. Eric Pratt, R-Prior Lake) - a bill to remove patient consent requirements in the Minnesota Health Records Act.

Universal Consent Form Press Conference: Rep. Scott, Sen. Limmer, Rep. Lesch, Rep. Lucero

Universal Consent Form Press Conference: Rep. Scott, Sen. Limmer, Rep. Lesch, Rep. Lucero

The MN House and Senate introduce bipartisan bills PROTECTING patient consent! HF 1686 and SF 1744 give patients a "yes" or "no" choice on consent forms. Patients can share as much, or as little as they want and PATIENTS ARE IN CONTROL over their private health information.

Click this link to watch the press conference

 

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"Buy-In" option and their plan to not let the MnCare provider tax go away, which taxes the sick and is scheduled to be repealed in January 2020.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.

 

HIPAA; Security Breach! Financial Issues with Dan Celia

HIPAA; Security Breach!    Financial Issues with Dan Celia

Listen to CCHF President Twila Brase on Financial Issues with Dan Celia as she discusses the HIPAA patient privacy breaches and how to break the chains that link Social Security benefits to Medicare Part A.   Then please sign the petition to restore freedom and choice to the Medicare and Social Security programs.

Twila Brase Interviewed on Life Line with Craig Roberts 10-10-18

Twila Brase Interviewed on Life Line with Craig Roberts 10-10-18

Listen to Twila Brase (at the 18:10 minute mark) | Topic: The Dangerous Truth About Electronic Health Records (EHRs).

CCHF Interviews Dr. Kyle Varner, MD Electronic Health Records

CCHF Interviews Dr. Kyle Varner, MD   Electronic Health Records

CCHF President, Twila Brase, interviews Dr. Kyle Varner about Electronic Health Records.  
Recorded at 2018 FreedomFest

You can also view the video here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oUoLhEzS82E

Dr. Keith Smith speaks at CCHF fundraising event | September 27, 2018

Dr. Keith Smith speaks at CCHF fundraising event | September 27, 2018

Dr. Keith Smith, MD, speaks to the crowd at CCHF's event on September 27th, 2018 | Free-Market Medicine in Action!

Video can also be viewed here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wpTLHNNUUJQ

 

 

Twila Brase speaks at the CCHF Fundraising Event on September 27, 2018

Twila Brase speaks at the CCHF Fundraising Event on September 27, 2018

Twila Brase speaks to the crowd at the 2018 CCHF Event, September 27th, 2018

 

Video can also be viewed at:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJRsm1dpDl4

 

The Paradocs Podcast #23: How HIPAA Destroyed Patient Privacy with Twila Brase, RN

The Paradocs Podcast #23:  How HIPAA Destroyed Patient Privacy with Twila Brase, RN

How HIPAA Destroyed Patient Privacy with Twila Brase, RN

HIPAA (or the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act) passed in 1996 and has been touted by legislators, physicians, patients, and health industry leaders as a law that protects patient medical data privacy. It turns out, as with the names of many laws that pass in Congress, the act does the exact opposite as what you might guess. The act allows for over 2.2 million entities in the US to trade, disperse, and sell your personal medical data without your consent.