I think people are by-and-large happy with the providers that they have got now. They treasure that doctor-patient relationship.
In a country with an overabundance of food no one should go hungry because of a lack of funds or technical and professional knowledge. We have the food and we have the networks we now need to support the providers.
In addition I'll be attending women's health expos and medical conferences with the goal to promote dialogue between women and their health-care providers.
In turn more physicians hospitals and other health care providers are severely limiting their practices moving to other states or simply not providing care.
And under the existing circumstances I understand there are situations where people indeed need care and need services but I believe in America that the majority of those people are getting those services under situations and circumstances that are afforded to them by their health care providers and their state government.
Many health care providers particularly physicians in rural and urban areas are leaving the Government programs because of inadequate reimbursement rates.
President Obama and his radical feminist enforcers have had it in for Catholic medical providers from the get-go. It's about time all people of faith fought back against this unprecedented encroachment on religious liberty. First they came for the Catholics. Who's next?