Want to receive David's blog posts in real time? Join the BrokenHealthcare.org email list.

Since I established BrokenHealthcare.org, a good friend has asked me, on a number of occasions, if I'm just an angry guy trying to help people get out of paying their medical bills. The person asking wasn't…

Read More

The issue of healthcare price transparency made headlines last week thanks to two important class-action lawsuits against two different drugstore chains in different states. Patients are finally making their cases against hidden negotiated pricing. The issue…

Read More

At BrokenHealthcare.org, we are trying to force price transparency by helping patients dispute and deny payment for confusing and error-filled medical bills and by advocating for legislative change on a larger scale. In these emails, we…

Read More

In my previous post, I suggested two tools to help you evaluate the service and safety of your local hospitals based on criteria like infection rates, surgical errors, patient injuries, ER wait times, and patient satisfaction.…

Read More

At BrokenHealthcare.org, we are trying to force price transparency by disputing and denying payment for confusing and error-filled medical bills you have already incurred. But we're in for a long battle, and there is no reason…

Read More

The cost of healthcare in the United States is rising; this isn't news. Many of us console ourselves by saying, "At least we have the best healthcare in the world." Dr. Robert Pearl tells us why…

Read More
An American Sickness: How Healthcare Became Big Business and How You Can Take It Back

We launched BrokenHealthcare.org publicly in January of this year. Since then, the attention it has received has been wonderful, and a bit overwhelming. If you are receiving this it means you have signed up to stay…

Read More

How BCRA, AHCA and ACA All Miss the Mark June 22, 2017 was the day that the public and most lawmakers got a glimpse of the "Better Care Reconciliation Act" (BCRA), otherwise known as the Senate…

Read More