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For as long as I live, my wife, Janet and I will never forget that day. A pivotal moment in our career as compounding pharmacists that forever changed everything. Back in 2001, a morbidly obese patient came into our pharmacy. She was on around 20 different medications, ranging from high blood pressure to diabetes to high cholesterol. And they were costing her… Nothing . W For as long as I live, my wife, Janet and I will never forget that day. A pivotal moment in our career as compounding pharmacists that forever changed everything. Back in 2001, a morbidly obese patient came into our pharmacy. She was on around 20 different medications, ranging from high blood pressure to diabetes to high cholesterol. And they were costing her… Nothing . We were creating no value in her life. She didn’t care who we were. She didn’t care about the medications. She didn’t care about how they worked, or anything related because it was costing her nothing… … WE were a part of the problem (regardless of economic policy or what’s learned in pharmacy school). Janet and I decided to change our commitment, and thus, our system. Click BUY to learn what we did in 2002 as a business and economic solution that was in alignment with our 100% commitment to enable others to ACTUALLY better their health… … which leads to better families, … which leads to better communities. (and how if you’re a healthcare provider, aspiring pharmacology entrepreneur, interested in relevant pragmatic or deconstruction examples, or saving money for your own family… YOU can make a difference, too)... Our eyes and hearts were forever opened. Our commitment shifted that day to be a part of a positive solution. Period. In Sickened: How the Government Ruined Healthcare and How to Fix It, learn Shawn’s 6-Step framework. Practical. Proven. Common sense (with a twist). And jaw dropping patient and provider stories! Click to BUY, learn, save money, and be empowered. For current or future pharmacy professionals, pharmacology students interested in learning how to make a REAL difference, interested in how to run a successful pharmacy business… medical professionals interested in examples and solutions for caregiving and medical ethics... PLUS… For those interested in not only a practical application of the philosophy of pragmatism and deconstruction, but ALSO economic policy in healthcare as it relates to the political science of our American government. You’re not alone if you’re wondering if making changes in our current healthcare system is really a pipe dream or is doable for the average American today. This is the most exciting time in our country's history to be a problem solving, solution focused, health care entrepreneur today and in the coming 20+ years. There IS a better way & hope for Healthcare in American... to ThinkOutsideTheSystem because OptimalHealthMatters. Join the Movement. ItsTime Click to Buy SickenedTheBook now.


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For as long as I live, my wife, Janet and I will never forget that day. A pivotal moment in our career as compounding pharmacists that forever changed everything. Back in 2001, a morbidly obese patient came into our pharmacy. She was on around 20 different medications, ranging from high blood pressure to diabetes to high cholesterol. And they were costing her… Nothing . W For as long as I live, my wife, Janet and I will never forget that day. A pivotal moment in our career as compounding pharmacists that forever changed everything. Back in 2001, a morbidly obese patient came into our pharmacy. She was on around 20 different medications, ranging from high blood pressure to diabetes to high cholesterol. And they were costing her… Nothing . We were creating no value in her life. She didn’t care who we were. She didn’t care about the medications. She didn’t care about how they worked, or anything related because it was costing her nothing… … WE were a part of the problem (regardless of economic policy or what’s learned in pharmacy school). Janet and I decided to change our commitment, and thus, our system. Click BUY to learn what we did in 2002 as a business and economic solution that was in alignment with our 100% commitment to enable others to ACTUALLY better their health… … which leads to better families, … which leads to better communities. (and how if you’re a healthcare provider, aspiring pharmacology entrepreneur, interested in relevant pragmatic or deconstruction examples, or saving money for your own family… YOU can make a difference, too)... Our eyes and hearts were forever opened. Our commitment shifted that day to be a part of a positive solution. Period. In Sickened: How the Government Ruined Healthcare and How to Fix It, learn Shawn’s 6-Step framework. Practical. Proven. Common sense (with a twist). And jaw dropping patient and provider stories! Click to BUY, learn, save money, and be empowered. For current or future pharmacy professionals, pharmacology students interested in learning how to make a REAL difference, interested in how to run a successful pharmacy business… medical professionals interested in examples and solutions for caregiving and medical ethics... PLUS… For those interested in not only a practical application of the philosophy of pragmatism and deconstruction, but ALSO economic policy in healthcare as it relates to the political science of our American government. You’re not alone if you’re wondering if making changes in our current healthcare system is really a pipe dream or is doable for the average American today. This is the most exciting time in our country's history to be a problem solving, solution focused, health care entrepreneur today and in the coming 20+ years. There IS a better way & hope for Healthcare in American... to ThinkOutsideTheSystem because OptimalHealthMatters. Join the Movement. ItsTime Click to Buy SickenedTheBook now.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Reshma

    Agreed 100% Absolutely true regarding our healthcare. I support every aspect of cutting out the 3rd party. Now I feel to about my opinions. He mirrored all my thoughts. Shawn hits on every point if you are trying to get something necessary fixed and you are at optimum health in every other aspect. It ridiculous how often we are charged for unnecessary procedures at a hospital and doled out medications not really needed. I, myself, have chosen to go an alternative route for my knee injury. Three y Agreed 100% Absolutely true regarding our healthcare. I support every aspect of cutting out the 3rd party. Now I feel to about my opinions. He mirrored all my thoughts. Shawn hits on every point if you are trying to get something necessary fixed and you are at optimum health in every other aspect. It ridiculous how often we are charged for unnecessary procedures at a hospital and doled out medications not really needed. I, myself, have chosen to go an alternative route for my knee injury. Three years of procedures I do not want and I am fed up. I recommend reading Sickened because what you say about wanting socialized medical is going to open your eyes to why it should never happen.

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    Leeherthaogmail.Com

    Inspiring This was an inspiring read. As a pharmacy employee I see the injustice of government and employer based health insurance. For example if we are contracted with Medicare we must accept and bill for prescriptions that are covered under the plan. However, the catch is that some drugs will be reimbursed below our cost. At the end of the day we get a long list of drugs that were reimbursed under cost. One day we lost over $2000. So what end up happening is the pharmacy owner starts to tell Inspiring This was an inspiring read. As a pharmacy employee I see the injustice of government and employer based health insurance. For example if we are contracted with Medicare we must accept and bill for prescriptions that are covered under the plan. However, the catch is that some drugs will be reimbursed below our cost. At the end of the day we get a long list of drugs that were reimbursed under cost. One day we lost over $2000. So what end up happening is the pharmacy owner starts to tell us he will not stock the product anymore and to send the patient to another pharmacy instead. If it’s cash pay he would order the product.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    I appreciate the author’s honesty and candor about healthcare. Thank you, Dr. Needham for the truth.

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    Ismini

    I guess it’s his opinion Do not agree with this at all. Might have some good points but what about comparing the American health system to the European countries’ system like Germany and France, and how that is working just fine WITHOUT these high prices, and not to CUBA, an already impoverished country?!? Like really? No. Just no. He is using whatever examples fits his narrative.

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