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A new book called, Saving Private Healthcare was released by author Michael Kalthoff on August 22, 2012 on Amazon.com and www.savingprivatehealthcare.com. At 263 pages, Saving Private Healthcare is a pure, free-market, commonsense and complete re-design of all sectors of our healthcare system including Medicare and Medicaid with a sweeping new approach called, “The Saving Private Healthcare Initiative.” The Initiative is both an encompassing plan combined with a movement of private citizens and healthcare experts who will bring down healthcare costs by two-thirds or trillion per year by 2022. More comprehensive and more free-market than Congressman Paul Ryan’s Path to Prosperity, The Initiative solution begins with The 7 Freedoms of Healthcare, followed by The 10 Major Reforms of healthcare, concluding with the outlines of 7 federal bills The Initiative will take to Capitol Hill for passage. State recommendations are added as well. Reforms include moving health insurance from employer-selected to consumer-purchased through Medical Escrow Accounts, reforming Medicare into Medicare-Private with a replacement benefit support program that deposits a monthly amount into everyone’s Medical Escrow Account so they can stay on their private insurance before, during and after turning 65. Consumers will be able to price compare and select their doctors and hospitals on an Internet computer system similar to Orbitz or Expedia, fully pay for medical care with healthcare credit

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Hands down, Bryan Cranston is one of the most versatile actors working today. The “Breaking Bad” star can currently be seen on the big screen opposite Colin Farrell in the sci-fi thriller “Total Recall.” Bonnie Laufer from Tribute spoke with Bryan in Los Angeles about working on the film, shooting in Toronto and his love for the Canadian health care system, and where the three-time Emmy winner keeps all of his awards. “Total Recall” info: www.tribute.ca

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(PRWEB) February 20, 2012

The February issue of Inside Health Insurance Exchanges, a new newsletter from AIS, includes the first in-depth interview with Joel Ario, who recently left his post as director of HHSs Office of Health Insurance Exchanges, a department that he headed after it was created in fall 2010.

In the exclusive interview, Ario offers his perspective on the hurdles and opportunities exchanges will create for health plans and states, as well as his thoughts on how a system of state-based exchanges will alter the health insurance landscape.

Health care, like other consumer products, can be boiled down and made consumer friendly and we can create competition like we do in other complicated products, Ario tells Inside Health Insurance Exchanges. He also provides his thoughts on the progress states have made in developing exchanges, what insurers will to do to effectively compete in them, and whether public and private exchanges can co-exist.

Go to http://aishealth.com/marketplace/inside-health-insurance-exchanges to read the interview in its entirety.

Inside Health Insurance Exchanges provides hard-hitting news and strategies on the details of state and private health insurance exchanges, for business planners with health plans, hospitals and health systems, medical groups, ancillary providers, suppliers, pharma companies and state health policy makers. This 12-page monthly newsletter answers questions about this cornerstone of the health reform law who will participate, what product designs will look like, the effect on enrollment, and more. Subscribers receive reliable intelligence on how to make the most of the enormous transformation in health insurance that is about to unfold and succeed in the insurance marketplace of tomorrow.

Inside Health Insurance Exchanges is written by an experienced team of health business reporters led by Managing Editor Steve Davis and Executive Editor Jill Brown with extensive knowledge and contacts throughout the health insurance industry. AIS has been the industrys #1 health care business publisher for 25 years, with Health Plan Week, AISs Health Reform Week and Medicare Advantage News among its dozens of highly regarded titles for health business leaders.

For more information on Inside Health Insurance Exchanges, including the February Issue and subscription information, visit http://aishealth.com/marketplace/inside-health-insurance-exchanges.

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Masaharu Hamada is among a handful of whistleblowers in Japan, a nation that has long advocated corporate loyalty and subjected outspoken employees to bizarre punishments such as assigning them closet-sized offices.

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NORRISTOWN — U.S. Congressman Jim Gerlach, R-6th Dist., called last year’s health care reform bill “the wrong prescription for what is needed to make health care more affordable and accessible” in a recent interview.

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Ben Domenech of The Heartland Institute and Health Care News interviews Michael Cannon of the Cato Institute. PART TWO. They discuss the future of ObamaCare in the wake of Republican Scott Brown’s victory in the race for Ted Kennedy’s Senate seat in Massachusetts.

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infowars-shop.stores.yahoo.net Alex welcomes back to the show former Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura. Jesse’s latest book is American Conspiracies: Lies, Lies, and More Dirty Lies that the Government Tells Us, now available from the Infowars store. www.trutv.com prisonplanet.tv

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