The Definitive Interview with Dr. Ben Carson – We Can Afford Good Health Care

Originally broadcast on January 13, 2016: Dr. Craig M Wax Interviews Ben Carson, MD on Your Health Matters, Rowan Radio, WGLS-FM.

 

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Sunshine Needed as Corrupt Bureaucrats Attack Physicians and Patients

Guest Post from Gina Reghetti, D.O.

FYI, read the article about sunshine laws and my response copied below to the Trumbull County Ohio Tribune Chronicle regarding what happened to me. Let’s see if they publish it! So sick of the cover-up corruption everywhere.

Dear Editor:

I read the article in the Tribune Chronicle, “Officials need more focus on sunshine laws” today on January 17, 2016, and I agree that more emphasis must be placed on the rules that are established through Ohio’s Sunshine Laws, and the laws must be enforced.

I am a victim of the Champion Township Trustees’ Special Meeting of 10-30-2012 in which two of the trustees, Bob Farmer and Jeff Hovanic, along with Champion Township Zoning Attorney Mark Finamore, attempted to harm my livelihood in an illegal attempt to re-zone my commercial property to residential without my knowledge. Former Trustee Bill Templeton openly records all of their public meetings and gave me a copy of their three-hour CD for my legal counsel. Continue reading

Be there! Exclusive interview with Dr. Ben Carson on Healthcare – January 14

Tune in to Your Health Matters, 89.7 WGLS FM – Rowan Radio – on January 14 at 5:30pm ET US for a one-on-one discussion with the one and only Dr. Ben Carson!

Dr. Carson talks with YHM host and IP4PI founder, Dr. Craig M. Wax about how we CAN maximize high-quality, low cost medical care for all Americans. “We can afford good healthcare,” says Dr. Ben Carson. 

Not in the Rowan Radio listening area? No problem. Join the conversation streaming online at http://wgls.rowan.edu/.

BE THERE!

Banning the Corporate Practice of Medicine

Guest Post from Dr. Gene Uzawa Dorio:

Two decades ago, I admitted a patient to the Intensive Care Unit for a heart attack. His children were grown, and he looked forward to retirement purchasing an RV to relax and travel the country with his wife.

Invasive cardiac technology had not evolved, so he remained in the ICU on intravenous medication to control his symptoms. On the fifth hospital day, his wife brought a letter from the insurance company denying any further payment in the unit. His conversation the next two days centered around this letter, and as you suspect, the stress exacerbated his heart attack and he died. Continue reading

It is NOT a Free Market

Guest Post from Dr. Claire Coco

We don’t have free market conditions:

  • Health insurance is required.
  • Insurers are required to cover certain levels of care.
  • Pricing is not transparent.

That is the formula for high prices. First we saw it with hospital and urgent care. Now we are seeing it with prescriptions and labs. Continue reading