Founded in 2014, the Free Market Medical Association’s (FMMA) goal is to unite and strengthen the benefits of free market healthcare. Every year the FMMA chooses two recipients of the FMMA “Be a Beacon” Award. Award recipients, chosen by the FMMA Founders, are pioneers who have gone above and beyond in their support and promotion of the free market movement and the FMMA. Prairie Spine and Pain Institute is thrilled and proud to announce that this year’s recipient of the FMMA “Be a Beacon” Award is our very own, Dr. Richard Kube. The award was presented at the 2019 Annual Conference held April 11-13th in Dallas, Texas. Read below for Dr. Kube’s reflection on being awarded this accolade.
Our core management team is back from the annual Free Market Medical Association conference. This must-attend event was filled with fabulous speakers including free market champion of liberty and former U.S. Congressman, Dr. Ron Paul. It was an honor to be a part of this distinguished panel of speakers. I also want to extend a special thank you to Jay Kempton and Dr. Keith Smith. I was humbled and truly surprised to be chosen as this year’s FMMA Beacon Award recipient. To be recognized by the founders and true heroes of the free market medical movement is special to me in a way words do not capture.
I encourage anyone frustrated with the current medical system and its rising cost to join the FMMA, attend the annual meeting or become involved in a local chapter. This is the most important mission in preserving American healthcare and avoiding a single payer system. Healthcare should be about the physician and the patient. We don’t need more regulation. It is all those people in between the doctor and patient that create the problem with patient care quality as well as the skyrocketing costs. You will not be disappointed by the level of personal satisfaction and relief you will feel when you shake the shackles of the Hospital-Insurance cartel and experience the liberty and bounty of the free market.
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