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The Houston Healthcare Initiative (HHI) is a member owned, non-profit medical co-op. Led by Houston based neurologist Dr. Steven Goldstein, the HHI will replace traditional health insurance for qualified individuals and families and provide incentives for members to adopt healthier lifestyle habits. HHI will provide affordable medical coverage through a combination of negotiated rates, low monthly payments, personal accountability and lifestyle incentives. The medical co-op promises to save qualifying individuals and families money on health insurance. At the same time, HHI will help uphold quality care by asking members to bear some responsibility and individual accountability for maintaining their personal health.

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The Houston Healthcare Initiative (HHI) is a member owned, non-profit medical co-op. Led by Houston based neurologist Dr. Steven Goldstein, the HHI will replace traditional health insurance for qualified individuals and families and provide incentives for members to adopt healthier lifestyle habits. HHI will provide affordable medical coverage through a combination of negotiated rates, low monthly payments, personal accountability and lifestyle incentives. The medical co-op promises to save qualifying individuals and families money on health insurance. At the same time, HHI will help uphold quality care by asking members to bear some responsibility and individual accountability for maintaining their personal health.

    How Business Can Rescue Our Current Healthcare System

    How Business Can Rescue Our Current Healthcare System

    Can we rescue the expensive, cumbersome, and increasingly patient un-friendly healthcare system we have here in the U.S? Yes. To hear the details about how to do it, listen to the Houston Healthcare Initiative podcast with Dr. Steven Goldstein. www.houstonhealthcareinitiative.org.

    • 12 min
    Enhancing Population Health Approaches After Covid - 19

    Enhancing Population Health Approaches After Covid - 19

    Enhancing Population Health Approaches After Covid - 19. On this edition of the Houston Healthcare Initiative Dr. Steven Goldstein, will discuss the reversals in preventative care the American public experienced during the Covid-19 pandemic and what we can all do to stay healthier, and possibly live longer by re-committing to prevention as part of our collective health regimen. To learn more, please visit www.houstonhealthcareinitiative.org.

    • 10 min
    Final Three Biden Administration Healthcare Goals

    Final Three Biden Administration Healthcare Goals

    Final Three Biden Administration Healthcare Goals  

    • 22 min
    Ivermectin Off Label Prescriptions for Covid-19

    Ivermectin Off Label Prescriptions for Covid-19

    The off-label prescription options doctors have always had are still controversial when it comes to the ongoing global Covid 19 pandemic. Off-label prescribing is when a physician gives a drug that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved to treat a condition different than the one you’ve got. This practice is legal and even common. In fact, one in five prescriptions written today are for off-label use.

    • 11 min
    How Did This Happen? Weight Gain and Brain Chemistry During the Pandemic Lockdown

    How Did This Happen? Weight Gain and Brain Chemistry During the Pandemic Lockdown

    There were a lot of unintended consequences of the Covid-19 lockdown. Sadly, at a time when Americans should have been focused on their health, as a population we did anything but. During the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown the average American gained two pounds a month. Here's why.

    • 17 min
    Healthcare Payment Reform is Critical to Improving Primary Care

    Healthcare Payment Reform is Critical to Improving Primary Care

    Access to primary care is a matter of the number of doctors who choose to pursue primary care as a career. Pay for those roles is lower than it is for most specialists. A lower number of primary care doctors are linked to 85 deaths every day according to a study published by the National Academy of Sciences. How can we manage all this? . To see many cash payment alternatives for healthcare, visit www.houstonhealthcareinitiative.org.  

    • 6 min

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