An In-Depth Look at the State of American Health Care in a New Book

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Author Fritz Scheffel analyzes the declining state of health care among American people.

Author Fritz Scheffel takes an in-depth analysis on the state of health care industry as well as the existing health care policy among American people which is thoroughly discussed in a unique approach in Health Care 911.

This book is devoted to discussing the causes that resulted to the present state of American health care. According to Scheffel, “Everyone should not be surprised that the issue of health care is the tool used by politicians and others to gain control and power over American lives. It shows how conniving politicians, negligent news media, greedy health insurance companies, as well as drug manufacturers and litigious lawyers—all combined to wreck what was once the finest health care system in the world. The history of the evolution of American health care system leading to Obamacare shows how dangerous it will be to all, America, and the world if allowed to come to fruition”.

Furthermore, the author says, “With hope and education, commonsense thinking, and all normal people pulling the health care wagon in the same direction, American people can overcome the forces aligned against them. There’s a ray of hope about a health care system that will work and, if implemented, will reduce health care costs and reduce the fear most people have of imagined impending health problems. Identifying some more things, everyone can do something to help restore and rebuild American health care system for the better.”

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About the Author
Fritz Scheffel spent over 40 years working in the health care industry, gaining firsthand knowledge about the inner workings of the various industries that represent the whole. After graduating from the University of Texas Pharmacy School in 1959, he worked in retail pharmacies for about 20 years in which valuable experience was gained while working with doctors, drug-company representatives, nursing homes, health insurance companies, and the consuming public—his customers. More experiences were gained selling pharmacy computer systems to retail pharmacies, hospital pharmacies, and institutional pharmacies. Additional experiences came from working as a business broker listing and selling retail pharmacies. According to Scheffel, after many years of witnessing the demise of the health care industry and building frustration over the absence of truth emanating from the talking heads representing all forms of news media and politicians, he wrote his first book, Health Care: It Can Be Fixed. In addition to writing about health care, he is also a public speaker and a consultant to businesses and corporations.

Health Care 911 * by Fritz Scheffel
A health care crisis that did not have to happen
Publication Date: December 20, 2011
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 129 pages; 978-1-4691-3904-3
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 129 pages; 978-1-4691-3905-0
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4691-3906-7

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