Parallel Practices: A Nurse Practitioner’s Perspective on Hospital vs. Frontline Doctor Protocols

A North Carolina ICU nurse practitioner shares her experiences with both the hospital covid-19 protocol, and the America’s Front Line Covid Critical Care protocol. The difference is astounding.

Navigating Changes to Medicaid: What North Carolinians Need to Know in 2023

What are the changes that recipients of Medicaid are looking at now in 2023? Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, every state regularly evaluated whether each of their Medicaid enrollees were still eligible for the program and dropped those no longer meeting their state’s eligibility criteria. This process, called redetermination, was suspended in March 2020 due […]

Kids, Covid, and Vaccines—Safety Concerns

The Covid vaccine has been added to the childhood vaccine schedule, but experts say this is not needed and could cause future health issues.

What Research Reveals About COVID-19 Vaccines & Adverse Effects

As new studies come out from around the world, the official story of "safe and effective" looses its shine.

Why Villify Mission HCA?

The repeated slights to Mission HCA coming from the Buncombe County Commissioners and Asheville City Council have a back story. But they're not sharing it.

Is Healthcare in NC a C.O.N.?

NC residents pay three times more for healthcare than residents of other states because we're holding on to bad laws.

NC State Treasurer Held Hearing on Medical Debt De-Weaponization Act

According to the new report, "North Carolina’s seven largest hospital systems recorded $7.1 billion growth in cash and financial investments from 2019 to 2021 — reaped $5.2 billion in net profits in 2021, and all but one even enjoyed higher net profits than before the pandemic."