Monday, May 10, 2010, 2:00 - 5:00 p.m.
National Press Club
529 14th Street, NW, Washington DC
Eight organizations will join in a briefing on May 10 about redeeming the concept of health care reform -- as ever more government powers, regulations, spending, agencies, taxes and intervention in medical practice. We will instead discuss a new focus on what government must stop doing that will allow real reform to occur in a way that allows for better and more affordable care while increasing the individual rights and choice of both patients and physicians.
Speakers from the following organizations are currently scheduled to participate:
Abigail Alliance for Better Access to Developmental Drugs
Frank Burroughs, President and Founder
"Better Access to Promising Developmental Drugs and Vaccines"
Americans for Free Choice in Medicine
Mark A. Hurt, M.D., Director
"Selfishness at the Microscope: Your Diagnosis or Your Life"
Association of American Physicians and Surgeons
Michael Ostrolenk, M.A., MFT, Public Policy Counsel
"Loss of Freedom & Privacy in the Age of Corporate-State Medicine"
Ayn Rand Center for Individual Rights
Yaron Brook, Ph.D., President
"You Are Not Your Neighbor's Health Care Provider"
Institute for Health Freedom
Sue Blevins, M.P.H., M.S., Founder and President
"A New Congress Will Have Opportunity to Reform, Not Deform, the Malfunctioning U.S. Health Care System"
Institute for Justice
Robert McNamara, J.D., Staff Attorney
"The Constitutional Context for Health Care Reform"
Pacific Research Institute
John R. Graham, Director, Health Care Studies
"Federalism and Health Reform: Unhealthy States"
Philosophy, Politics, and Economic Program, Duke University
John David Lewis, Ph.D.
"Morality - Not Costs - As the Proper Basis for Health Care Reform"
For general inquiries about the event, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call (949) 500-6829.
Admission is free. Pre-registration is recommended at http://www.afcm.org/jointbriefing.
/PRNewswire-USNewswire -- May 3/
SOURCE Americans for Free Choice in Medicine