Dr. McCaughey’s Books
Regnery Publishing 2013 • Buy Here
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has been a political football for years now, but as its provisions start going into effect, there’s still precious little information available on how it will impact you, your family, and your pocketbook. This 2,572 page document, nearly unreadable, will change your health care, your family budget, and innumerable aspects of your life.
But what does this law actually say?
Beating Obamacare by Betsy McCaughey, Ph.D., is the straightforward, practical guide to navigating Obamacare that every individual and family needs to own. This guide will tell you exactly what to expect, what’s changing, and how much it will cost you and your family.
Paperless Publishing 2012 • Buy Here
Finding out the ins and outs of what’s really inside the ObamaCare bill by Constitutional Scholar, Patient Advocate and Former Lieutenant Governor of New York State, Betsy McCaughey, Ph.D.
Obama Health Law: What It Says and How to Overturn It
Encounter Books 2010 • Buy Here
The fight against ObamaCare is just beginning. The new health law, signed on March 23, 2010, destroys our constitutional rights. For the first time in history, the federal government will dictate how doctors treat their privately insured patients. That will affect you, no matter what brand-name health plan you have. Worse, some hospitals will stop taking Medicare. Where will seniors go?
Advocates for women’s rights need to reassess ObamaCare. Whether you are a man or a woman, pro-choice or pro-life, you lose freedom and privacy.
In 1994, Betsy McCaughey read the 1,362-page Clinton health bill, warned the nation of its dangers, and made history. In this eye-opening Broadside, she dissects the 2,700-page health legislation, shows how it will affect you and your family, and presents a battle plan to overturn it. “We cannot falter now,” McCaughey says. “With the Constitution on our side, freedom will prevail.”
Basic Books 1987 • Buy Here
Traces the progress of the 1787 Constitutional Convention and looks at the features of the U.S. Constitution.
There is a deadly situation that kills well over 100,000 people in this country each year — more deaths than from AIDS, breast cancer, and auto accidents combined.
Where does it kill? In our hospitals. What is it? Hospital infection.
The death toll is staggering. So is the economic cost. Hospital infections add over $30 billion a year to what the nation spends on hospital care, enough to pay for a large part of the Medicare Part D drug program.
These infections are almost all preventable. An increasing number of hospitals in the U.S. are proving it, reducing some of the deadliest types of infections by 90 percent. Their achievements prove that we have the knowledge to solve this problem. What is lacking is leadership.