Inexpensive Healthcare Without The Government or Insurance Companies Messing Things Up or Ripping You Off! Come Take The Red Pill…


Inexpensive healthcare is available if you look for it. Obamacare screwed me completely. Sky high premiums, co-pays, and deductibles, not to mention the many things that were not covered at all. I had to drop out before the financial hole got any deeper. Not a good place to be. Unfortunately, no one can be told what real problem is. You have to see it for yourself.

You’ve felt it your entire life, that there’s something wrong with the world. You don’t know what it is, but it’s there. You take the blue pill – the story ends, you wake up with your Government Mandated Healthcare and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill – you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit-hole goes.”

I took the Red Pill and found my new doctor, Vance Lassey, who is unbelievably inexpensive because he has his own storefront facility, and doesn’t take insurance. For a small monthly charge, according to your age group, virtually anything done in the office is covered. Whatever you need. Call for an appointment? Most times, you can get in today or tomorrow. No bum’s rush to get you gone either. Now you’re about to see how deep the rabbit hole really goes!

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Has his own in-house super discount pharmacy. He is hooked up with a very fine medical/surgical hospital that works the same way, for things he can’t handle walk in. Same kind of arrangements with lab work, MRI, CAT scans, etc. Here is a clickable link to a fine example of one, Surgery Center of Oklahoma. Buckle your seatbelt, Dorothy because Kansas is going bye bye. The website has a feature where you can find out EXACTLY what your surgery will cost, and if you have had a procedure to check prices against, you will see that the difference is jaw dropping!

I get a shot every 2 weeks that was $26 with my old insurance, $87 with O-Care, and now with no insurance and using my local PDC doctor 10 minutes away from me, $17.85. One of my meds, done the same way, $18/$65/$4. Bloodwork, $85/$220/$3.75.

THOSE ARE NOT TYPOS!

Like I said, it’s done by eliminating the middlemen. Has his own private clinic and one receptionist/nurse, doesn’t use insurance companies, medical facility labs, all jacked with huge markups, gone. Remove the leeches from the system and everything changes.

The endless circle of insurance companies keep feeding the free market money the med industry asks for, and keeps new ideas and procedures coming, but it is also why everything so expensive and why our country best doctors and tools available. It’s the delivery system that is broken.

But the system is in place, and employs millions of people. The government has no right to intervene and destroy what works. What are all those people going to do to pay their bills and not be homeless? Let the matrix live as it is to keep things moving forward, and keep it available for the Blue Pill takers who prefer it that way. But this alternative Red Pill universe is for the rest of us. Nice, neat, and it will all evolve into the Red Zone gradually as competition drives the market down. Capitalism trumps Socialism every time.

Find a Direct Primary Care doctor, and put half the money you save in a health savings account. If you want to, get a catastrophic insurance policy for cheap, to cover the unlikely. Use it with Part-D. consider the many possibilities. I’m trying to free your mind.

There are many others like him everywhere. But I can only show you the door. You’re the one that has to walk through it.

The map example shown below gives you a quick idea. Go to the active, zoomable, searchable version of the map by CLICKING HERE. It contains a listing of public addresses and website links to 652 DPC practice locations in 47 states + DC, that we currently know about, you may possibly find others if you look, GOOGLE is your friend.

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Mapper — Direct Primary Care Frontier

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