Books by Brian Casull 2018-11-05T13:48:25+00:00

Book Titles by Dr. Brian H. Casull


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“American Healthcare in Transition”

Today, the for-profit health care insurance model drives American healthcare in transition (non-profits make money, they just don’t share it with stockholders). This model is broken!  What does the model look like? How does it impact you? Where do we need to be?

Join me in the affirmative action of discovery as we visit the major concerns you have about healthcare and become informed decision makers and captains of our own health care journey.

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American Healthcare in Transition

with the House of Representatives passing the 
American Health Care Act (AHCA)

How to make health care work for all Americans is the unanswered question

Brian CasullAs a physician and Physician Executive with 40 years in service supporting the patient, I share the passion and concern about the current health care law of the land the Affordable Health Care Act (ACA). Having supported our men and women in uniform, people with private sector healthcare, and folks with pharmacy benefits; I feel compelled to speak out about the very pertinent subject of the ACA and American Health Care Act (AHCA).

In fact, I feel so strongly about the issue of providing affordable healthcare to many of our vulnerable fellow Americans that I am self-publishing a discussion of Healthcare in America.

Purchase your copy of “THIS CAN KILL YOU!” today!

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“Ghost From a Wishing Well”


Hiram Baer

This is a true account. 

It is primarily a story about motherhood, But it is also a story about the “Ghost in the wishing well.” That sentinel event in life which leads to a loss that remains as a life long scar … The ghost in the wishing well.  The one which never will be set free as long as it’s a ghost that you can’t see. For surely giving up a child for adoption is akin to loosing that life as a part of your life.  Did the birth mother make the right decision? Would the child have a better life than the one she could have given at the time.  And the wanting.

“Secrecy and denial. How could this be happening to me? I was going to have a baby, but no, there would be no baby, no child, no future. Everything looked dismal. There was no happy ending in this story.  How could I cope?”

Purchase your copy of “Ghost From a Wishing Well” today!

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