We have been very, very busy the past ten days. Last Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court expressly mentioned AAPS in its cert grants on the challenges to an ObamaCare regulation based on the right to conscience. In addition, we have filed in not just one, but two Supreme Courts to save private medicine. These […]
“Dr. Michael W. Fitzgibbons, an infectious diseases specialist and former chief of staff at Western Medical Center in Santa Ana, California, is not a man who simply walks away and gives up, even in the face of grave injustices inflicted upon him and his family. But more than demonstrating his integrity, his story shows how […]
AAPS Sham Peer Review Hotline Call (800) 635-1196 for a referral. Sham Peer Review: A National Epidemic Lawrence R. Huntoon, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.A.N. Chairman, AAPS Committee to Combat Sham Peer Review Ladies and gentleman we have a serious epidemic in our nation today. It isn’t the swine flu and it isn’t mad cow disease. It […]
Videos of Dr. Huntoon Explaining How to Recognize Tactics Characteristic of Sham Peer Review Other Links about Sham Peer Review: AAPS Sham Peer Review Hotline Call 1-800-635-1196 for a referral. Center for Peer Review Justice – www.peerreview.org. A resource for physicians who want to get back to work and avoid expensive legal battles. AAPS Testifies […]
Dr. Huntoon discusses tactics used by hospitals in cases of non-legitimate (sham) peer review. From AAPS workshop, Feb 5, 2010.
Today a jury in West Texas is hearing evidence that a nurse, acting in bad faith, tried to run a doctor out of town by filing an anonymous complaint with the Texas Medical Board. The case is Texas v. Mitchell, No. 5612 (Andrews County, Texas, presiding Judge Jim Rex). The case is making national news, […]
DOCTORS SUE TEXAS MEDICAL BOARD FOR MISCONDUCT – Cites institutional culture of retaliation & intimidation
The entire Texas Medical Board (TMB) and its officials have been named in a lawsuit filed by the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS). The complaint, filed this week in District Court in Texarkana, accuses the board of misconduct while performing its official duties, specifically: Manipulation of anonymous complaints; Conflicts of interest; Violation of […]