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Twila Brase
RN; Author, ; President/Cofounder of CCHFreedom; Founder of . Tweets my own/RTs not endorsements
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Twila Brase 14h
Nice job on UHC rebates. Haven’t seen a reporter mention quality improvement work in relation to the 85% of premiums for minimum loss ratio. Most reporters just say health care. Thanks for the accuracy! One question: how much money did UHC/others make on the float?
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Twila Brase 22h
Does this number include the taxpayer-funded pension they receive after they quit working as teachers?
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Twila Brase 22h
❌ 5.9M people lost their individual policies ❌ 44% of new Medicaid enrollees were eligible for pre-ACA and forced by fine to enroll ❌ People who lost coverage due to got labeled w/pre-existing condition ❌ Coverage is unaffordable for both men and women
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Twila Brase 23h
Nine years ago today, an unconstitutional bill was signed into law by President Obama: the UNAFFORDABLE that mandates managed-care-for-all and prohibits affordable, real (indemnity) insurance.
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Twila Brase 23h
Thank you to each of you for serving in this way!! Great photo! The next printing will have a digital version of the first-place award embedded in the cover — so this fun event was a very special unique volunteer opportunity! Thank you! 🥇
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Thomas Massie Mar 22
One feature of the electoral college is each state (+DC) gets two votes without regard for the population of the state. (102 of the 538) Most people still don’t realize this was inconsequential in the 2016 election. won even without those votes.
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Twila Brase 23h
⁦.⁦⁩ Fix-It Clinic in full swing. All 13 technicians working with someone. Every appliance and electronic weighed. My number: 30. They just called #15. A well-oiled operation!
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Twila Brase Mar 22
Love your think tank name!
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Twila Brase Mar 22
Replying to @AurCare @ForestDPC
Absolutely correct. And real (indemnity) insurance needs to be resurrected. Managed care (HMO) was US Sen. Ted Kennedy’s way to merge the financing & delivery of medical care, according to Congressional Record. That set up a conflict of interest against patients.
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Twila Brase Mar 22
Replying to @MSingletonMDJD @KHNews
Nice to see this news report talk about deaths from health information technology that were reported by the FDA back in 2010. Most don’t know. I include that information and more in my book on the dangerous truth about electronic health records:
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Steven Croft Mar 22
Ehrs frequently issue nonsensical warnings that lead to ignoring real concerns.
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Marilyn Singleton Mar 22
FDA Chief Calls For Stricter Scrutiny Of Electronic Health Records via
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Richard L. Reece, MD Mar 21
In nations with universal coverage, healthy citizens are invariably fond of their system — until they become ill and must wait to be seen and treated, or not all if that treatment is an elective procedure.
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Twila Brase Mar 21
“The only permit we need to speak on campus is the first amendment.”
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Join the Wedge Mar 20
Join The Wedge | Dr. Eric Koperda is the featured Practitioner of the month! PATIENT-CENTERED PRACTICE THRIVES IN THE ‘ICEBOX OF THE NATION’:
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PPP-Patient Protection Mar 20
The American Academy of Family Practice policy on the use of the term “provider.”
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Twila Brase Mar 21
Let's not tax the sick to take away their freedom. READ: "Distribution, Utilization and Impact of the MinnesotaCare Provider Tax" - a report on , including history, promises, transfers to general fund, winners, losers & more.
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Js Mar 20
Replying to @AAPSonline @twilabrase
Couldn’t agree more!!! U fortunately the public blames the physician, not the system created by government and insurance companies
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Thomas Scully Mar 20
Replying to @SeemaCMS @CMSGov
Understood. But outcomes are difficult to measure and quantify. In spine, is a solid fusion the measure? Return to work? Improvement in ODI?? The actual services are hard work and should be compensated fairly
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Twila Brase Mar 20
In a free market, there’d be no imposed health plans or networks. There’d be real (indemnity) insurance. Blame Congress (HMO Act of 1973/ACA). The surprise isn’t the bill. The surprise is the health plan won’t pay the bill. Networks = the problem. Price controls ≠ the answer.
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