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Docs4PatientCare's Dr. Paul Hsieh had an article published at Forbes.com discussing the issue of who should control your healthcare spending. There are really only two choices. You can either control your own healthcare dollars, making your own informed decisions (just like you do in so many aspects of your life) or you can cede control to government bureaucrats.
Welcome to D4PC "Morning Rounds", your daily review of healthcare news and information from Washington, DC and around the nation. These briefings will keep you up to date on recent developments and our effort to replace the PPACA with patient-centered reforms that protect the doctor-patient relationship and preserve individual freedom of choice.
High-deductible Health Plans Pose No Special Risks to Medically Vulnerable Populations
Note: RAND Corporation study corroborates a key Docs4PatientCare position)
Obamacare's Cruel and Inhumane Inflation-indexed Vouchers
Is this not exactly what the president stated about the Ryan plan for Medicare?
Why the Constitution's 10th Amendment Matters So Much?
Obamacare and Ignoring the Constitution
The President's Medicare Plan: A Trojan Horse to Rationed Healthcare
Cuts Leave Patients with Medicaid Card, but No Specialist to See
Good thing the president's healthcare law relies on adding up to 24 million Americans to this dysfunctional system.