Private Health Care Contracts
This web site is intended to be a resource for patients who seek the services of medical doctors and other providers who offer private contracting as an option to obtain healthcare services. Private Health Care Contracts.com also promulgates the privilege of private contracting in health care. Private contracting in health care is no different then a private contract for other services. One party agrees to purchase services (the patient) and a second party agrees to provide them (the doctor or healthcare provider).
It is ILLEGAL to privately contract for healthcare if you have Medicare. In order to do so you must find a doctor who has “opted” out of the Medicare system.
One of the major goals of national health legislation is to cover the 30 million uninsured. The premise is that through government regulation access will increase. There is no pretense that costs will come down. In fact in countries where private contracts for health care are allowed, the costs are much lower then in the United States.
It is common knowledge that in Canada, the only nation that does not allow private contracting, access is reduced and wait times for even common procedures like bunion surgery can be years. In those countries where private contracting is allowed, rather then wait an eternity for health care people just pay for the procedures they want out of pocket.
Many people believe the discussion about health care reform in the United States is not about health care at all. While numerous provisions of health care law rob Americans of civil liberties those same provisions seem to have little to do with health care. People who share this view argue that health care reform in the United States is about government control.
After the “Kyl Opt Out” bill became law (January 1, 1998) the federal courts ruled in a case brought forth by USA Seniors that American citizens do NOT have the right to privately contract, but are rather granted the privilege to do so (and only under special circumstances). For example, if you have Medicare you are not allowed to purchase services from your doctor unless that doctor files an affidavit with the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMMS) that states he will not file or accept any payment, on any Medicare patient, for any service, for the next two years. Physician’s Who Privately Contract
This site is sponsored as a free service by Piedmont Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, PA, Greenville, SC
Patients (or other interested parties) who wish to join our mailing list should use this link Doctors or other healthcare providers who wish to list their name may do so by using this link: REGISTER. You must follow the directions to create a secure, private email account with Safe-Mail. From your safe-mail account you should Email us at email@example.com. Please provide your full name, degree, email address, primary office address, and office URL. Also include weather you allow for Private Contracts (PC) and if you are a Medicare Opt Out (M/C Opt Out). Whether you believe the current health care reform legislation in the United States is about health care reform or government control it is always keep a close eye on anything that might deprive you of constitutional rights. In the United States, since Medicare patients are not allowed to privately contract, ask yourself what makes you so sure you will be able to privately contract under government sponsored health reform?
It is the mission of this site to increase awareness among doctors, healthcare providers and patients of the importance to fight for the privilege to private contract for health care services.
To that end this registry has been created. Doctors or other healthcare providers who wish to list their name may do so by using this link: REGISTER. You must follow the directions to create a secure, private email account with Safe-Mail. From your safe-mail account you should Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please provide your full name, degree, email address and office URL. Also include weather you allow for Private Contracts (PC) and if you are a Medicare Opt Out (M/C Opt Out).
Patients should feel free to seek the services of any of the doctors or healthcare providers listed.