May state legislative applications limit an Article V convention? Subject, yes; specific language, probably not
- September 12, 2013
The alleged benefit of government taking our medical data for a website that compares prices is dubious. The private sector is already doing this.
“Enjoy your medical privacy while it lasts. As supporters claim, they cannot ‘manage’ your health care, unless they can ‘measure’ it.” – Amy Oliver Continue readingREAD MORE
Maine joins 8 other states in allowing patients to opt out of gov’t health information exchanges, including Colorado. Government tracking of doctors’ treatment methods is a step toward government control of doctors.READ MORE
Colorado doctors will be participating in government sponsored “information exchanges,” that create electronic medical records from patient data. The Denver Post reviews past incidents when supposedly confidential information was not secure.READ MORE