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Health Care Videos - Sean Parnell: The Self-Pay Patient

Sean Parnell: The Self-Pay Patient
2:35:30
August 12, 2014
Author Sean Parnell discusses his new book 'The Self-Pay Patient - Affordable Healthcare Choices in the Age of Obamacare'

6:05
October 15, 2018
What is Free to Choose Medicine and how does it improve upon FDA clinical trials? For more information, go to www.freetochoosemedicine.com
 
1:44:40
August 10, 2018
Bart Madden and Tim Huelskamp Ph.D. talk about Free to Choose Medicine, a revolutionary new system to get better drugs to consumers faster at a lower cost, at Freedom Fest. This version comes with the question and answer section.
 
23:25
July 25, 2018
Bart Madden and Tim Huelskamp Ph.D. talk about Free to Choose Medicine, a revolutionary new system to get better drugs to consumers faster at a lower cost, at Freedom Fest.
 
3:37
April 13, 2018
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) takes over a decade to authorize drugs for consumer use to ensure released drugs won't end up causing unforeseen harm. But, what if a terminally ill patient wants access to an unapproved drug that could save their life? Should people have this right? Free to Choose Medicine creates a dual track system allowing patients access to unapproved drugs. These patients know the risk, but desire right to save their own lives!
 
8:16
December 13, 2017
Joseph Bast and Herbert Walberg, lead editors of The Patriot's Toolbox, describe issues and remedies for the current health care system. Health care is the first of ten distinct subjects covered in the book; all issues American patriots concern themselves with. Purchase: http://store.heartland.org/shop/patriots-toolbox-one-hundred-principles/ Ch. 1: Health Care Ch. 2: Energy and Environment Ch. 3: Elementary and Secondary Education Ch. 4: Higher Education Ch. 5: Privatization Ch. 6: Firearms Ch. 7: Telecommunications Ch. 8: State Fiscal Policy Ch. 9: Federal Tax Policy Ch. 10: Constitutional Reform
 
1:03:06
September 7, 2016
This panel discusses how states can expand competition and reduce the cost of health care – even with the Affordable Care Act in place. Solutions discussed include using telemedicine, rolling back certificate of need laws, and embracing direct primary care. The panel also addresses Medicaid expansion. Speaking on this panel are Cato Institute Senior Fellow Michael Tanner, Opternative Chief Executive Officer Aaron Dallek, and Georgia state Sen. Judson Hill (R-Cobb County).
 
1:01:58
January 21, 2016
The forth panel covers direct primary care, Medicaid reform, Obamacare and certificate of need laws. Speaking on this panel are Dr. Hal Scherz of Docs4PatietCare; Heartland State Government Relations Manager Logan Pike; and Vice President of Policy for the James Madison Institute Sal Nuzzo.
 
44:21
January 21, 2016
The keynote address comes from founder and CEO of Mainstreet Zeke Turner. His presentation, titled “Beyond Health Care Reform: How Mainstreet Is Transforming Lives and Disrupting Bureaucracy,” describes certificate of need laws and other regulations hindering the growth of his company.
 
1:52:32
October 29, 2015
The first panel discusses the debate over the expansion of Medicaid, the future of Obamacare after the King vs Burwell decision, and how Certificate of Need laws are restricting competition amongst health care providers and driving up costs. Speaking on this panel are Missouri state Representative Diane Franklin (R-Camden County), American Dental Association’s Dr. Loren Feldner, and Research Director for the Foundation for Government Accountability Jonathan Ingram.
 
1:12:00
August 14, 2015
The first panel discusses the debate over the expansion of Medicaid, the future of Obamacare after the King vs Burwell decision, and how Certificate of Need laws are restricting competition amongst health care providers and driving up costs. Speaking on this panel are Goldwater Institute Director of Healthcare Policy Naomi Lopez Bauman, Foundation for Government Accountability Senior Fellow Christina Herrera, and Arizona State Senator Kelli Ward. Moderating this panel is Heartland Government Affairs Director John Nothdurft.
 
1:48:57
September 30, 2014
Moderator: Rep. Mary Kiffmeyer Christie Herrera, Rep. Janak Joshi, Peter Nelson The federal government has spent nearly $5 billion on state-based exchanges, debate continues over the expansion of Medicaid, and three states have passed legislation acknowledging a patient’s right to try experimental, potentially lifesaving, drugs. This panel will debate these health care issues and the future of Obamacare.
 
2:35:30
August 12, 2014
Author Sean Parnell discusses his new book 'The Self-Pay Patient - Affordable Healthcare Choices in the Age of Obamacare'