Letter from National Physician Coalition for Freedom in Medicine to Members of Congress

Fill in the name of your senator or house rep and send today!

Dear Senator/Congressman,

Practicing physicians across the United States have come together to draft a simple one-page plan outlining how we believe the federal government ought to proceed if the citizens of the United States are to continue to have access to the greatest medical care in the world without bankrupting the country. We have named our group the National Physician Coalition for Freedom in Medicine.

With the Supreme Court hearing arguments in the King vs. Burwell challenge to subsidies issued through HealthCare.gov, the pressing need for alternative legislation is apparent. As practicing physicians we offer credible alternatives.

The National Physician Coalition is meeting in Washington DC on March 25th and 26th, and we are respectfully requesting to meet with you to discuss our plan in person at your convenience.

We look forward to working with you and showing you what we have come up with.

Sincerely,

National Physician Coalition for Freedom in Medicine

Here is information regarding the meeting of our group- The National Physician Coalition for Freedom in Medicine. All physicians are invited, if not implored, to attend.

Dear Physician Colleagues,

Obamacare continues to wreak havoc. The decision by the Supreme Court to hear the King v. Burwell case in March creates a glimmer of hope. There is a real chance the Court will invalidate subsidies issued without statutory authority through federal exchanges. This would pull the rug out from under Obamacare, as some 90% of enrollees could lose their premium support. There have been many calls for Congress to prepare legislation to address this potential crisis, and to have it ready to go in June, when the Court decision is due.

We see this as a rare opportunity for a coalition of freedom-oriented physician groups to make our priorities known to Congress.

You are cordially invited to attend a meeting of the National Physician Coalition for Freedom in Medicine to be held in Washington, DC on March 25 and 26th. The limited goal of this meeting is to discuss, finalize and publicize a simple one-page plan to propose to Congress. We will focus on legislative items that will neutralize the worse aspects of Obamacare, and thus increase patient and physician freedom.

All practicing physicians who are concerned about the direction health care has taken are invited to participate.

AAPS has secured a meeting room and has preferred rates at the Cambria Hotel and Suites right in the heart of Washington, DC. We have chosen March 25 and 26, so ask that you save the dates, secure a room, and invite your colleagues. More details to follow.

Here is the link for hotel reservations. Ignore the error message and put in the dates to secure the preferred rate of $229 for this landmark event.

Space will be limited, so please register today by clicking here to fill out a short RSVP form. The form will also collect a $25.00 fee from each doctor (spouses and guests are free) to help cover the costs of this event.

Sincerely,

National Physician Coalition for Freedom in Medicine

Richard Amerling, MD, President, Association of American Physicians and Surgeons

Alieta Eck, MD, Past-President, AAPS

Ken Fisher, MD, Michigan

Arvind Cavale, MD, Pennsylvania

Craig M. Wax, DO, Independent Physicians for Patient Independence, New Jersey

Herb Kunkle, MD, Patient-Physician Health Care Alliance

Marion Mass, MD, PPHCA, Pennsylvania

Jane Hughes, MD, AmericanDoctors4Truth.org

Kris Held, MD, AD4T

Parvez, Dara, MD, New Jersey

John Tedeschi, MD, New Jersey

John Perry, MD, Pennsylvania & Florida

Marcy Zwelling, MD, California

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