Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Message to Medical Legal Committee of County Medical Society

1) There is not a shortage of doctors. There is an intentional shortage of doctor time consumed by insurance procedure in the greatest scam in history worth $trillion, to prevent doctors from seeing more patients. Organized medicine is doing nothing about it. The legal concept is undue burden on people with disabilities.

2) Prepayment should be declared unethical. When I refer patients to PCP's, they are rudely treated and denied basic care. If the patients say, I am not coming back, the doctors are glad. That implies that more visits cost money rather than make money. Professionalism cannot withstand the need to survive on very low pre-payments. The incentive in prepayment is to deny care, not to provide care. This results in massive denial of care to very sick people.

3) Disparate impact is now evidence of racial discrimination, according to a Supreme Court housing case. Medicaid tactics impact minorities disproportionately. Therefore, denial of care should now be considered racial discrimination.

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