About Free Market Cure

Free Market Cure is dedicated to correctly diagnosing the problems with the U.S. health care system and promoting solutions which preserve and extend individual liberty. Our central premise is that many problems in our medical system are either caused or exacerbated by government intervention – and that a strong dose of Capitalism is the cure for what ails the U.S. health care system.

No funding has been received by the principals of Free Market Cure from the health insurance industry or the health care industry for the production of this website or for the production of the films featured here.

Stuart Browning
Stuart Browning is a film director, entrepreneur and health care policy commentator. He has produced and directed The Free Market Cure Video Series, a collection of short films dedicated to informing Americans about the dangers of collectivized medicine and the benefits of free markets in health care. He speaks regularly across the country about health care freedom. He is an executive producer of the new film Indoctrinate U directed by Evan Coyne Maloney and is a fellow of The Moving Picture Institute. Mr. Browning was President and co-founder of Embarcadero Technologies, a leading database software vendor in San Francisco.
Contact him at [email protected]

David Gratzer
David Gratzer is a physician, an author and a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute. He is often quoted on health matters in the U.S. and Canada where his articles have appeared in more than a dozen newspapers and magazines, including The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, and The Weekly Standard. For his essays, Dr. Gratzer won the 2000 Felix A. Morley Journalism Competition, sponsored by George Mason University’s Institute for the Humane Studies. The late Milton Friedman, Nobel Laureate in Economics, wrote that Dr. Gratzer is “a natural-born economist.” David Gratzer’s most recent book, with Foreword by Milton Friedman, is The Cure: How Capitalism Can Save American Health Care (Encounter Books, October 2006).

David Catron
David Catron has spent more than twenty years in health care finance, doing battle with the forces of darkness (a.k.a. CMS and the managed care companies). He blogs here and is also host of the website Health Care BS.

The Moving Picture Institute
Design, development and press relations for this website have been funded by a generous grant from the Moving Picture Institute. MPI identifies and nurtures promising filmmakers who are committed to protecting and sustaining a free society, and supports their work through grants, travel scholarships, awards, internships, training workshops, and networking opportunities.