Amanda Teegarden (OK-SAFE) gives the joint committee seven recommendations which we hope will be heeded by ALL of our elected officials and representatives who are charged with the public trust in any way, shape, form, or fashion.
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OK-SAFE, Inc. – The fourth meeting of the joint legislative committee to examine the effects of the federal health care reform law (Affordable Care Act, aka “ObamaCare”, etc.) on Oklahoma will be held at the Tulsa Technology Center, Riverside Campus on Thursday, November 3, 2011.
Every Oklahoman with concerns about the implementation of health insurance exchanges (now “marketplaces”), electronic health records (EHRs) being shared everywhere, or infringements on your medical privacy needs to attend these meetings.
OK-SAFE’s Executive Director, Amanda Teegarden, will be speaking on the subject of Health Care Reform – IT, Security and Privacy Concerns.
OKG Alert 111028: OK Gov Implementing Health Care Law? Hearings TODAY (and more) Oklahoma Grassroots Three important items are included in this transmission (the second one is more time […]
OK-SAFE, Inc. – The third meeting of the joint legislative committee to examine the effects of the federal health care reform law (Affordable Care Act, aka “ObamaCare”, etc.) on Oklahoma will be held in the Senate Chambers at the Capitol on Wednesday, October 26, 2011. The meeting will run from 9 am to approx. 4 […]
The PILGRIMS didn’t come to America to get “free” healthcare.
They came here to GET FREE.
Note: Even if you don’t live in Nebraska, you are likely to find this article of interest. In fact, we would ask you to read it and see if you notice similar phenomena in your area. If so, we encourage you to leave comment (see bottom). A few weeks ago, Linda told me she wanted […]
OK-SAFE 6/6/11 – U.S. Governors will be saying more than “Ni hau” (Hello) to Chinese party officials at an upcoming National Governors Association (NGA) meeting. The U.S. – China Governors Forum, scheduled for July 15-17, 2011 in Salt Lake City, Utah, is set to include one-on-one pairing of U.S. Governors with Chinese provincial party secretaries […]
Oklahoma City, 5/18/11 – Legislative leaders today announced that SB 971, the Senate substitute for the controversial Health Insurance Exchange bill (HB 2130), will not be heard this session. Instead, the OK Legislature will form a special joint legislative committee to examine how the federal health care bill impacts Oklahoma. This is a win for […]