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Michigan Should Repeal CON in 2022

Certificate of Need (CON) repeal is long overdue in Michigan. The legislature has reform bills in the pipeline. Can we make it happen in 2022? Handicapped, young, and suffering severe back pain, a Michigan girl I know was put onto a 6-week MRI waiting list some years...

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Federalism: Taking Out Local Barriers to Healthcare Freedom

Federalism: Taking Out Local Barriers to Healthcare Freedom

Taking out local barriers is key to retaking local healthcare freedom, and we can leverage practical Federalism to do so. Michigan well remembers the slow retreat of COVID mandates. In the face of public opposition, Executive Orders became MDHHS orders, which phased...

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What is Direct Primary Care?

What is Direct Primary Care?

Direct Primary Care (DPC) is an affordable model of self-pay care that increasingly appeals to both patients and physicians. DPC meshes well with health sharing membership and good medication shopping skills to provide maximum healthcare savings. By definition, DPC...

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How to talk to your hospital about Ivermectin

How to talk to your hospital about Ivermectin

A growing number of concerned Americans are demanding hospital Ivermectin treatment for COVID. This week, a Michigan activist contacted me about a formal request letter to their local hospital. This is my response. Ivermectin's strength: preventive and early treatment...

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Practical Pharmacy Tips

Practical Pharmacy Tips

He that pays the piper at the pharmacy… This story from my days working the Nurse Call Line shows where we've gone wrong with buying medication. The Call: “I took my prescription to the pharmacy today because I had to be somewhere else after my visit on Friday. The...

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MDHHS Part 3: Dependency

MDHHS Part 3: Dependency

When COVID hit, Michigan residents set about home gardening in record numbers. Apparently competing with people's innate drive for food independence, Governor Whitmer shut down plant and seed sales, and the Michigan Department of Heath and Human Services (MDHHS)...

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How Big is MDHHS? Part 1

How Big is MDHHS? Part 1

Michigan residents are aware of Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS)  through COVID-19 closures, mandates, and vaccination. However, the department runs many additional programs as well. MDHHS denied Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services' ...

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Michigan’s 2021 Heroes of Healthcare Freedom

Michigan’s 2021 Heroes of Healthcare Freedom

The people of Michigan owe special thanks to healthcare heroes who defended our freedom in 2021. Healthcare professionals prefer to save lives. These Michigan heroes didn’t set out to be freedom activists when vaccine mandates threatened their jobs. Probably, few had...

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Act on Federal Vaccine Mandates: 7 Things to Know

All of us in Michigan have reason to act against federal vaccine mandates. They attack the heart and conscience of healthcare. Each deadline disrupts more people's lives, forcing them to choose between their own health decision and their livelihood caring for others....

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