Sean Parnell: 'The Self-Pay Patient - Affordable Healthcare Choices in the Age of Obamacare'
On August 6, 2014, Sean Parnell took part in The Heartland Institute's Author Series on to discuss his new book The Self-Pay Patient: Affordable Healthcare Choices in the Age of Obamacare.
The Self-Pay Patient reveals secrets to taking control of both your healthcare and your health costs, explaining how to find affordable care outside of conventional insurance, how to escape bureaucratic medicine, and how to opt-out of Obamacare.
This Book Explains:
- How to exempt yourself from Obamacare without having to pay a tax for being uninsured
- How to find alternative types of coverage that are far less expensive than conventional insurance
- How to find doctors, hospitals, pharmacies, and other medical providers that provide big discounts for cash payment
- How to avoid the sky-high healthcare prices that unsuspecting self-pay patients are often charged
The Self-Pay Patient is a resource for anybody who wants or needs to pay directly for their own health care, including people without insurance, with a high-deductible health plan, or who want to see a doctor out of the insurance company's network or get treatment not covered by their insurance. It's been called "the unofficial guide to opting out of Obamacare" and can save families and individuals thousands and even tens of thousands of dollars a year!
About Sean Parnell
Sean Parnell is the author of The Self-Pay Patient: Affordable Healthcare Choices in the Age of Obamacare and blogs at TheSelfPayPatient.com. He serves as adjunct scholar in health care policy for the Rhode Island Center for Freedom & Prosperity. Parnell is president of Impact Policy Management, LLC, a public policy consulting firm with a focus on health care and election-related issues. He is a 1996 graduate of Drake University, and a former staffer at The Heartland Institute.
[NOTE: A video of this presentation will be available soon. Listen to a podcast with Sean Parnell shortly after his speech here.]