First, we are a Study Club focusing on Hyperbarics as a wellness technology that has many officially authorizable uses that are recognized by the 'health care' industry as well as by the experimental alternative 'wellness'-care providers, but is near impossible to get first hand knowledge of its benefits for the individual's biochemistry and physics.
Even fully recommended official technologies only work for a percentage [hopefully decently large] but not for every candidate for it.
And drug solutions take a steep toll when the patient is not one in the hoped-for group, and ends up in low performance and adverse effects. Hence drug solutions are NOT anyone's logical first choice to try, with drugs' bad risks and patients' preferred avoidance of that looming threat. Yet wellness alternatives are not easy to access, most requiring extensive research from the careful patient.
This is a dilemma when the patient's decision should be based on their own informed consent. Further the First Amendment [Bill of Rights] guarantees the right to pursue happiness which in constitutional law terms means wellbeing, wellness. Yet with the existing licensed-drug industry monopoly, the dilemma exists. Monopolies create problems for freedoms and wellness.
How does a patient make fully informed decisions on therapeutics that are
-- are not accessible within ordinary local resources nor in local 'health care' providers' expertise,
-- definitely not obviously customizable for that patient's individual variations from standardized averages in many dimensions
And especially with hyperbarics, the choice has the added dimension of significant financial arrangements for long term adoption by/for individuals. And yet its successes are golden and the risks of mild hyperbarics [1.3ATA with room air or concentrated oxygen] are extremely low to navigate.
There is thus an obvious need for a service to enable needful patients to gather their experiential and benefit data in order to make those significant decisions.
Enter the private entity Hyperbaric Wellness Study Club making Housecalls! When you're injured, recuperating, or sick, that's where you want to rest quietly. And at home is where you would be considering your own personal ability to incorporate your own chamber for the long term use or for family use, but without the sales pitch on purchase deals from chamber vendors.
Purpose -- to provide access to experiential, individualized factual evidence for making the right decisions for each individual situation.
That experiential, individualized data is clearly the meaning of health care related 'services, health care data or information for members' which is the precise guarantee of 'rights' in the Ohio Constitution Amendment 21. Perfect fit.
All without 'practicing medicine' at all, simply enabling the gathering of data for clients to make fully informed health care decisions and confident financial commitments, either to enlist licensed professions at whatever distance, OR even on the patient's own self-care recognizance [potentially purchasing a used chamber for personal therapeutics in the online marketplace, like facebook and users' groups.
Precedent Example #1... Raw milk dairyfarm herdshare-owner/membership contract in order to legally get raw milk in Ohio [ohiorawmilk.info] They have a very wellcrafted legal contract, tested and working well. Although direct-to-consumer raw milk sales are illegal in the state of Ohio, herdshare boarding agreements that comport with Ohio contract law are legally recognized.
Precedent Example #2... Physicist [Howard J Cohen, jr, PhD] who could show that his cancer was receding when he had access to raw mother's milk [acquired from a friend who had weaned her baby but had supplies in her freezer yet], but no progress when using the pasteurized milk from the hospitals' Human Milk Bank, after the private supply was gone. With that experiential individualized evidence he was able to get a dispensation from pasteurization when using the Milk Bank medical resources. And thus cure his cancer on his own direction, using just his doctor's medical monitoring and testing tech to confirm his progress. The cure [in natural form] was discovered in the mid 1990s by research team in Univ of Lund, Sweden, and was stonewalled totally by the licensed medical drug establishment for years, and even now has not been accepted by their holy 'standard'.
So we model our membership agreement 'deal' on the official rawmilk herdshare contract law agreement, appropriately customized to reference hyperbaric chambers sessions instead of herds and dive-pressure energy-effect sampling-data instead of raw milk, etc.
The use of sampling-data in Example #2 as the product makes us fit the protective umbrella of the 21st Amendment in our Ohio Constitution
AND Precedent Example #3. The enterprising multiple sclerosis patients in the UK must have had some sort of such 'investing' agreement membership contract that they set up among themselves to get treatment that the grand ugly socialistic medical insurance wouldn't pay for... [This example #3 is Not in the USA, but under our English common law foundation, we can claim it as a vision of building a network of operations like ours. Or like the network of independent raw milk dairy farm operations. ]
The eventual MS UK deal let owner/member-patients sign up for an hour's time or two or so per week (with a network of these in a range of neighborhood areas) at an impressive few pounds each that amounted in dollars to 10-20 bucks back in the days pre 2010 when we met some of their members online at Facebook in an hbot users group......
...drum roll.... The Housecall Contract
You're Welcome, by appointment.