I’ve been practicing medicine since 1994, and when I graduated medical school I took an oath to do no harm to my patients.
And to me, that includes financial harm.
That’s why I’m passionate about stripping away the myth about how expensive health care is, and the idea that we must have health insurance to have health care.
That just isn’t true.
Because rising deductibles and out-of-pocket expenses mean that even those with health insurance now have to pay for most, if not all, of their health care costs.
Which also means that now health care is – just like every other service industry in the U.S. – based on a free market.
So it’s now up to Americans to become consumers when it comes to health care.
In 2013 I started the Colleyville Medical Clinic where I don’t take health insurance. Instead, I charge reasonable prices and offer great customer service to my patients.
I also write a blog called Healthcareonomics.com, where you can see just how the health care and health insurance industries work, and how you can save money by being a smart shopper.
Dr. Wacasey has a proven track record of making health care affordable – his medical practice is at Colleyville Medical Clinic, where he doesn’t accept health insurance. He also blogs at healthcareonomics.com, a site dedicated to reeducating Americans about how health care and health insurance are supposed to work.
Everyone deserves accessible, affordable, quality health care. And now you can have it.