Big News: The Laissez-Faire Healthcare Replacement Plan

06/12/2017 12:24

by Chris Campbell

Our secret is out. The rumors are true.

Laissez Faire is, indeed, made up of a “cabal,” if you will, of individuals — both seen and unseen — with a secret, world-shaking agenda.

This covert mission, of which all of those branded by the “LF” have zealously accepted (most of us through post-office booze rituals in underground pubs), is to help make you, a valued Laissez Faire reader, healthier, happier, richer (in all respects), more aware, safer and more resistant to the shocks of these ultra-unpredictable times.

We work tirelessly, from all around the world, to see that agenda through.

We rub our palms together at the thought of readers like Ron throwing their Brita water filters in the dung heap where they belong in favor of our prized Turapur from our Living Well team:

I have to tell you that my wife was very upset [with me buying a Turapur pitcher], because we already had a Brita. However, I convinced her to try it side by side the Brita. She could not believe the difference! I feel more energetic, and my skin is not as dry. About the third day I could really tell a difference. I don’t even think about soft drinks anymore.

We cheer in strangely unisonical beehive tones when other readers, like Michael F., finally feels confident enough to walk the streets, thanks to Jason Hanson and our Black Bag Confidential squad: 

[Your SPY newsletter] is an excellent resource of information on how to protect yourself and your family, how to prepare for and handle worst- case scenarios and the products you need to do so. Both captivating and practical know-how that even my wife finds fascinating.

And, of course, we build free-market gratitude shrines filled with bitcoin, gold and colloidal silver for all of the readers who’ve benefited from our healthcare research.  Hence, today’s important missive…


Introducing The Laissez Healthcare Replacement Plan

Jud, as you might recall, founded the first medical tourism company, MedRetreat, in the United States — and he’s been predicting the demise of the American healthcare system every step of the way.

More importantly, though, as a Laissez Faire board member, he’s also been showing readers how to “opt-out” of the healthcare disaster and immunize themselves to its bobble-headed bureaucratic bacillus.

Today, plucking along that iron string, we release to you yet another phase of our master plan for world anti-domination.

We call it The Laissez Faire Healthcare Replacement Plan.

In it, you’ll find 5 ways to stop waiting for a more affordable healthcare system from “up high” and take your healthcare into your own hands.

Read on.

The Laissez Faire Healthcare Replacement Plan

Jud Anglin

The Republicans finally mustered enough votes in the House to take their first shot across the Obamacare bow.  Unfortunately, the American Healthcare Act of 2017 turned out to be a sad affair after all.

Perhaps Dr. Elaina George, ENT surgeon and author of Big Medicine: The Cost of Corporate Control and Patients Working Together Can Rebuild a Better System, best clarifies the GOP’s sham in her blog post…

“First, it does not repeal Obamacare; second, it doubles down on one of the most expensive parts of the healthcare system by subsidizing the health insurance industry; and third, it does not replace Obamacare. In fact, if it is left in its current state it will eventually lead to single-payer.”

None of this comes as a surprise. I’ve been predicting this throughout the Laissez Faire community long before the 2016 election.  Had Hillary Clinton won, the road to socialized medicine would have been much shorter.  There’s a simple explanation for the GOP’s lackluster repeal and replace fight.

Elizabeth Rosenthal highlights in her new book, An American Sickness, “the U.S. spends nearly one-fifth of its GDP on healthcare, more than $3 trillion a year, about equivalent to the entire economy of France.”

Combine this $3 trillion with our aging populace, who require more care, a renegade laissez faire system won’t even stand a chance. The money-makers and power-brokers on Capitol Hill have too much money and power to lose.  Meanwhile, the cost of YOUR healthcare continues to skyrocket, as Obamacare crumbles into oblivion.

Last year, the USA Today reported that more Americans “are increasingly putting off doctor visits, avoiding needed procedures, and even splitting their pills” due to the cost.  If you’re waiting for President Trump and the GOP to repeal and replace Obamacare with an affordable and efficient healthcare system, you’re likely in for a looooong wait. But I have good news!  You don’t have to wait for a more affordable healthcare system.  There’s a program that will save you at least $10,000 a year that you can access today.

You see, deep within our complex medical system, exists a parallel free market system, where state-of-the-art care is amazingly affordable.

Unfortunately, it hasn’t been a part of anyone’s agenda to inform you… until now.

Introducing The Laissez Faire Healthcare Replacement Plan

1. Enroll in Liberty HealthShare

Liberty HealthShare is not insurance… It’s freedom from insurance. It’s medical cost sharing. As a member, you’ll be connected to a community of like-minded, caring, health-conscious individuals…. who simply share each other’s medical expenses.  Monthly sharing amounts are as low as $107 for individuals and up to $399 for families. Eligible medical bills up to $1,000,000 per incident are shared among the members. Don’t worry… it’s not difficult at all.  Their administrators automate the sharing process.  Just don’t refer to it as “insurance.”  To review a sharing program that’s right for you, click here.

But that’s not all.  The Liberty HealthShare program comes with zero network restrictions, so you get to see any doctor you want. Enrolling online is easy and only takes 15 to 20 minutes. Enroll here.

2. Get the Patient Advocate Partners’ Access Discount Healthcare Card

A strong health discount program can give you BIG savings on a wide variety of treatments. And one of the best programs is the one offered by the Patient Advocate Partners of America.  It comes jam-packed with deep discounts on everything from doctor visits, prescription meds, dental treatment, vision, hearing exams, chiropractic treatment, diabetic supplies, imaging studies and blood work.

Perhaps the biggest benefit though is the free, unlimited telemedicine service, 7 days per week. By calling their toll-free number, you’ll get to speak to a doctor who can diagnose your condition and prescribe the appropriate treatment and medication. This is huge savings when you consider that the average telemedicine call costs approximately $45 for a 15-minute call. To select a plan that’s right for you, click here.

3. Become a Cash Pay Patient

More and more doctors today are actually rejecting insurance altogether and only accepting cash. By doing this, they get to say goodbye to all the bureaucratic paperwork that comes with insurance, thereby reducing their costs, giving them the ability to pass these savings onto you, the patient.  Just a few benefits of cash only doctors include same day appointments, longer appointment times, and cell phone number for evening and weekend calls.

To find a cash-pay doctor near you, check out The Wedge or this webpage of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons.

4. Affordable Blood Work

Getting blood work is a timely, expensive hassle. Not only can it take weeks, it typically costs between $400–$600. But by using one of several online services, you can save both time and money.

I’ve been using Private MD Labs for the past three years for my Thyroid TSH panel. I simply go to their website, type TSH into the search bar, and then whip out my credit card to pay the $49 fee. I then receive the lab referral form with a doctor’s signature, which I take to my local lab. They draw my blood and then Private MD Labs emails me the results within 24 hours.

Another option is Any Lab Test Now, which offers thousands of lab testing facilities nationwide. You simply walk into any of their 160 locations, without an appointment, select your desired blood test and get your results back within 24 to 72 hours.

To save even more time and money with your blood test results, call the free telemedicine doctor from your Patient Advocate Partners Access Healthcare Discount card. With results in hand, this doctor will be able to prescribe treatment and/or medication. No need to drive to doctor’s office and expose yourself to more germs.

5. Affordable Imaging Studies

X-rays, MRIs, CTs, and PET scans typically run between $1,500 and $3,000. But there are ways to get more reasonable prices.   One is to enroll in the Patient Advocate Partners Access Discount Programs. By using the telemedicine service, you’ll be able to request a doctor’s referral and they’ll also let you know of any discount imaging centers in your local area.

Another service that I’ve referred clients, family and friends to is the We Care Medical Mall. They offer affordable imaging, with MRIs starting at $235 and CTs starting at $190, and have contracts with 2,800 imaging center locations throughout the U.S.  By replacing your current healthcare arrangements with the Laissez Faire Replacement Plan, I assure you that you will sleep better at night knowing that you will have access to affordable healthcare, when you need it.  In closing, I’ll share a quick story with you.

Two weeks ago a close family friend called me to complain about the cost of a hernia repair he was planning to get from a hospital in North Carolina.  They quoted him $23,000.  With his high deductible, he was going to have to shell out close to $10,000.  I told my friend to go online and check out Affordable Hernia Surgery, based in Rockville, Maryland.  Their price… $1,900 flat rate, which includes everything. That’s over $5,000 in savings, even after incorporating travel, dining, and 4 to 5 Star hotel.

Affordable Hernia Surgery exists in the parallel free market system.  You just have to know where to look.  It’s out there and expanding rapidly.  In the meantime, I’ll continue promoting these parallel options as the bureaucrats tinker with that other complex system.


Stay healthy and happy,


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