Over 100 CCHF members participated in a working session to identify values and principles that represent a kingdom view of healthcare at the 2010 CCHF Conference. This article provides a summary of the groups work.
John Shorb interviews Karl Watts, AAFP’s 2010 Physician of the Year and plenary speaker at CCHF Conference 2010.
One CCHF member takes the insurance companies, medical establishment, and New York state government head-on in a stand for justice for the uninsured.
Advocacy for reform in healthcare should be an issue of justice for Christians everywhere. The founder of the Church Health Center in Memphis challenges Christian health professionals to lead the way.
Dr. Jones, founder of Lawndale Christian Health Center, takes a look at some of the questions that have been prominent in the healthcare reform debate this fall.
Rowe gives essential competencies for health-care providers wanting to serve effectively for Christ in an African-American cultural context. Hint: The first step is admitting that you don't know what you don't know.
Myron Glick, MD, reflects on some of the things that we may be able to learn from this monstrous event and its aftermath.
A rebuttal to a 2005 H&D article, with the author's own insurance-free clinic offered as a model of one grassroots alternative for serving the working poor.