This website provides readers an historical perspective on the evolution of various healthcare laws and regulations affecting healthcare freedom and privacy.
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What's New: 2005

December 10, 2005
November Newsletter Posted

November 2, 2005
October Newsletter Posted

October 13, 2005
September Newsletter Posted

August 27, 2005
August Newsletter Posted

August 9, 2005
July Newsletter Posted

July 1, 2005
June Newsletter Posted

June 3, 2005
May Newsletter Posted

May 6, 2005
April Newsletter Posted

April 1, 2005
March Newsletter Posted

March 10, 2005
Institute for Health Freedom updated its Website: Changes were made to the "About" and "Newsletter" sections.

March 10, 2005
Institute for Health Freedom posted back issues of its email newsletter Health Freedom Watch.

February 11, 2005
What Every American Needs to Know about Social Security and the Mandatory Medicare-Enrollment Policy: Government Imposes a Huge Financial Penalty on Seniors Who Reject Socialized Medicine.

January 6, 2005
Hospital Association Urges HHS to Eliminate Citizens Right to Public Health Disclosure Information: Currently, citizens are entitled to know if their health information was disclosed to public health officials for purposes such as tracking communicable diseases or placement in a cancer or other disease registry. But HHS is considering eliminating this right to know.

Share Your Comments on the Forthcoming National Electronic Medical-Records Network: Do you approve of having your personal health information (including mental-health records and genetic data) linked to a national electronic medical-records network and widely used without your knowledge or permission?

 

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