Generic medications are supposed to save money. And drug plans offered to Medicare patients are also supposed to help seniors afford their medications. But the secret that the insurance industry doesn’t want seniors to know […]
Free-market capitalism has brought unimaginable innovations to mankind in the last 200 years, more so than any other economic system in the history of the world: airplanes, telephones, personal computers, electric lightbulbs. Far less appreciated, even by those who are ardent advocates of free markets, are the innovations brought by private medical practices through the magic of free-market capitalism.
Who should pick your sutures: a surgeon or a politician? If you believe that it should be the former, then you are implying that surgeons know things that politicians do not. You are implying that […]
Marilyn Singleton, MD, JD summarizes recent healthcare-related legislative activity on Capitol Hill. Thankfully, health related legislation is very slowly pouring in. Included in this edition of the Health Policy Legislative Update is a fact sheet from […]
By: Richard Amerling, MD “You load sixteen tons, what do you get, another day older and deeper in debt, Saint Peter don’t you call me ’cause I can’t go, I owe my soul to the […]
By George Watson, D.O. (Note: Dr. Watson spoke at the Salina, KS teaparty last week. Click here to watch a video clip.) Patients and doctors need to ask: what should a medical practice be like? […]
AAPS member Linda Johnston, MD wrote her patients on Tuesday following the signing of the health care “reform” bill. Her letter read in part: “I am responding to the situation created by this new law […]
by Richard Amerling, MD Now that the Senate version of ObamaCare is moments from becoming the law of the land, we need strategies to safeguard the doctor-patient relationship from government intrusion. The most effective approach […]
The Single Party finally bought enough votes to get the Senate-passed healthcare reform through the House, but its victory celebrations may be premature, states the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS). AAPS has been […]
From Feb. 5, 2010 AAPS workshop. Dr. Gianoli discusses his practice.