Some Wisconsin doctors have offered, at a public event, to write sickness excuses on request for protesting teachers, according to ABC News. A spokeswoman said that they knew they could “get in trouble,” but would take the risk because “teachers have no choice.” The teachers’ choice is to go to work, or go without pay […]
Below is template letter to give to your patients. CLICK HERE to download Word Document version. List of Democrats who voted for ObamaCare and their opponents (from Docs4PatientCare) Other ways AAPS Physicians are supporting candidates opposed to ObamaCare Doctor’s Letterhead To My Patients: This election may determine whether America will recover—or lose its freedom and prosperity, perhaps forever. […]
Dr. Huntoon discusses tactics used by hospitals in cases of non-legitimate (sham) peer review. From AAPS workshop, Feb 5, 2010.
Boycott Pfizer’s Medications: A CALL to ACTION FOR THOSE OPPOSED TO OBAMACARE How do YOU feel about Obamacare and government dictating your coverage and cost, and controlling your treatment options? If you are like the majority of Americans, you don’t like it.
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, […]
Posted on December 26, 2008 The Obama team has allowed a mere two weeks, over the busy holiday season, for collecting all the “input” they need for rapidly forcing a radical “health system reform” plan through Congress. House parties are explicitly designed to elicit tearjerkers showing the “need” for precisely the changes that the Obama/Kennedy/Daschle/Baucus/”stakeholders” […]
The 30-day myocardial infarction and mortality rate was significantly higher (2.74% v. 0.7%) in patients who got beta blockers in conjunction with noncardiac surgery, according to an article in the October 2008 issue of Archives of Surgery (Kaafarani HMA. Arch Surg 2008;143:940-944). This paper adds to the finding of the POISE study (Perioperative Ischemic Evaluation […]
U.S. senators are not allowed to do remunerative work that involves a fiduciary relationship, lest they be unduly influenced by colleagues or customers. Now pro-life Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK) is in the sights of the Senate Ethics Committee because he delivers babies free of charge at the Muskogee Regional Medical Center. Coburn continued his obstetrics […]
New York Attorney General Andrew Cuoma has issued subpoenas to Aetna, Cigna, UnitedHealth, WellPoint, and other insurers in a broadening investigation of possible fraud in setting insurance reimbursements that cost consumers hundreds of millions of dollars. Insurers charge a higher premium to consumers, promising to cover 80% of reasonable and customary rate for out-of-network services. […]
The New York State health department has plans: to control the cost of hospital care, and to rescue the state’s malpractice insurance carriers. In 2006, the “Berger Commission” (the Commission on Health Care Facilities in the 21st Century) decided that certain hospitals must close and others must merge, backing up its decrees with threats to […]