The Fight Continues

The battle to stop the attacks on patients and their physicians must and will press on, yet it is time to reexamine the strategies employed in the fight.

Yesterday's election results portray a country where too many of our fellow Americans have been deceived by politicians into believing that only Washington can "fix" their problems.  Patients who want individualized high-quality care, and the physicians who want to provide it to them, must avoid this mindset.  Now more than ever the responsibility to stop the subjugation of medical care by government and insurance company bureaucrats lies directly in the hands of individual patients and individual physicians. 

Patients and physicians must stand together and refuse to participate in the destruction of American medicine.   AAPS will stand beside you in this fight to provide the information, tools, and support needed to succeed.  Make no mistake, AAPS will continue and intensify our efforts in the political and legal arenas on both state and national levels; however, the heavy lifting is going to have to be accomplished by the hard work and determination of American patients and physicians.   

Stay tuned for more information about ongoing and upcoming AAPS initiatives to carry forward this critical mission to save American medicine.

In the meantime, today we have released FREE of charge, the video, audio, and other resources from all 24 talks at last month's AAPS 69th Annual Meeting.  You will find below, links to presentations containing important ideas, strategies, and practical tools that will help win this fight.  Please watch, listen, and feel free to widely share these talks.

AAPS 69th Annual Meeting

Audio/Video now available

Presentations are listed in the order presented:

Health Care Reform Without the Smoke and Mirrors. Alieta Eck, M.D. Health Care Reform and the Dialect of Deceit. Juliette Madrigal-Dersch, M.D. Why Doctors Can't Wait for Congress. Jane Orient, M.D.

AAPS on Capitol Hill: Effective Advocacy, Issues, Outlook. Charlie Sauer

EHR Privacy and Security: Mission Impossible. Craig M. Wax, D.O.

Physicians Running for Congress. Wayne Iverson, M.D.

Physicians Running for Congress. Marilyn Singleton, M.D. CPAP Before CPAP. Curtis Caine, M.D. (AAPS Senior Member) Update on Texas Medical Board, ObamaCare and
other attacks on patients & physicians. Andrew Schlafly, Esq. CMS Guidelines for Sale? Adam Harris, M.D. Par8o - facilitating direct collaboration between patients and physicians. Daniel Palestrant, M.D. & Adam Sharp, M.D.
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Individualized v. One-size-fits-all Guidelines: Men’s Health for the Future, Not Yesterday. Lee Vliet, M.D. Abuse of Maintenance of Licensure and Certification. Ron Benbassat, M.D. How Ayn Rand's Ideas Can Save Health Care. Yaron Brook, Ph.D. PPACA and the Future of Medicine: A young physician speaks out. Jason Fodeman, M.D. Paving the Road to Health Care Freedom by Reframing the Moral Narrative.  Beth Haynes, M.D. Executive Director, Benjamin Rush Society  Priceless: Curing the Healthcare Crisis. John Goodman, Ph.D. Case Studies in Third Party Free Practices. Kathy Brown, M.D., Jack Brown, Keith Smith, M.D.

Barack Obama and the Enemies Within. Trevor Loudon

Medicine and the Vampire Economy. Lee Hieb M.D.

Stopping Vermont's Experiment with Single Payer. Robert Emmons, M.D.

Leadership in Medicine: Tales from The Little Red Book of Leadership Lessons
Donald J. Palmisano, M.D., J.D., Past-President, AMA

New Directions For Down Syndrome Research. Paddy Jim Baggot M.D.

How Hospitals Destroy Competitors. Bob Christman

Med Students Discuss What They Learned at AAPS Meeting.