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Twila Brase
RN; Author, ; President/Cofounder of CCHFreedom; Protecting mission of medicine from biz of HC/Tweets my own/RTs not endorsements
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“Contrary to conventional wisdom, the ACA remains politically vulnerable. Whether it remains the law or not depends on whether its opponents learn the real lesson of this election: You can’t win if you don’t fight.“ -
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Twila Brase Dec 9
“Member patients at Epiphany pay just $225 for an MRI & $175 for a CT scan.”
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Twila Brase Dec 9
Replying to @akpix @MPRnews
No one forgot. I ran into 1 of the 3 in ur video. It was 2nd time they’d locked that gate. The waves broke the first lock!
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Daniel Horowitz Dec 8
Former head of DEA's special operations division
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Charlie Kirk Dec 8
Army vs Navy is the only game where everyone playing is willing to die for everyone watching
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Twila Brase Dec 8
Consider affordable health care sharing instead...plus cash-based doctor in an independent, affordable, no-outside-interference practice such as found at .
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Twila Brase Dec 8
BIG NEWS: 4 conservative MN House GOP are splitting from GOP caucus to form own caucus 1/8/2019. Asking that IT services segregate their email, keeping communications private and separate from main (& minority) GOP caucus
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Steven Croft Dec 3
An ob/gyn doctor decided my pt didn’t need an mri of the brain. I’m a BC neurologist. Now I’ve got to waste my time getting it approved. glad I’m no longer in network. BAD INSURANCE.
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R. Lamartiniere, MD Dec 7
The patient seeing docs in conventional practice has to wonder who’s interest is the doc prioritizing, the patient or the hospital or insurance company. Not with !
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Twila Brase Dec 7
“For example, member patients at Epiphany pay just $225 for an MRI and $175 for a CT scan.”
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HealthcareUnmasked Dec 7
Great column and spot on. I saved $10,000 the first year I left the insurance market and joined a ministry. is getting the attention it deserves.
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Lee S. Gross, M.D. Dec 7
Today, we had a hospital agree to match our outpatient transparent pricing for labs and imaging. That translates to 50-90% savings for the uninsured.
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Twila Brase Dec 7
Relatively speaking, cutting gym access is nothing compared to when UHC cut doctors: .
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Sharyl Attkisson🕵️‍♂️ Dec 7
Attkisson v. DOJ/FBI for govt. computer intrusions continues. Support free press, Constitutional protections, right to privacy for all American citizens.
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Mary J. Ruwart Ph.D. Dec 6
is one of the most regulated industries. - (licensing, FDA approvals, hospital regulations, insurance mandates, Medicare, Medicaid, etc.) - No wonder it's so costly! The only way to bring down costs w/o compromising innovation & quality is: deregulate. -
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PPP- Putting Patients First Apr 25
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Twila Brase Dec 6
I Invite Bridget to join the cash-based Wedge—free for patients, free for doctors—at
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IP4PI Dec 5
“Patients must be allowed to opt out of data collection online. Paper records should be an option for patients and physicians who want privacy over bells and whistles”
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Jenn Hawkins Dec 4
How to Bring the Big Health Insurers to Their Knees | The American Conservative via
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AssocAmerPhys&Surg Dec 4
TRUTH from Choice and Competition Report: "3rd-party payment for routine, predictable and shoppable expenses reduces consumers’ incentives to obtain maximum value and has contributed to opaque and byzantine prices and bureaucratic complexities."
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