Direct Care & Individual Healthcare Healthfreedom is Solution to Healthcare Mess

All physicians must consider moving to Direct Care; Hippocratic Oath based medicine where patients choose the professional, the mode of care and pay a competitive rate directly at time of care. This will eliminate expensive and wasteful government, insurance and hospital healthcare system bureaucracy administration costs. Individual physicians should work directly for each individual patient in a direct relationship. I call it “individual healthcare healthfreedom,” as opposed to insurance and hospital system oligopoly domination, or
Government healthcare fascism.

Best wishes for good health,
Craig M. Wax, DO
Family physician, Editorial Board of Medical Economics
Host of Your Health Matters
Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS FM
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2 thoughts on “Direct Care & Individual Healthcare Healthfreedom is Solution to Healthcare Mess

  1. yes, but what do the millions who can’t pay do? charity can help(partially) some, but what about the rest? catastrophic care?? medical bankruptcy?

    it’s not so simple!

    carl muchnick md carl.muchnick@gmail.com

    On Sun, Jun 8, 2014 at 6:44 AM, IP4PI – Independent Physicians for Patient

    • Dr Muchnick,
      It is just that simple. Most of the population can afford a simple doctors office visit for about $75 if they avoid overspending on cars, large homes, personal electronics, cigarettes, alcohol and such. People must be allowed to make value decisions and learn from them. For the absolutely handicapped, personal charity always worked. Check out Dr. Ecks plan to eliminate Medicaid. Eckforcongress.org.

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