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Thursday, November 5, 2009

Feds Deny Zimmer Implant

So is Zeke Emanuel's panel already striking? The panels established under the Stimulus Bill along with their coordinators have already begun issuing guidelines to hospitals and doctors as to the types of care and limits of choice and also dictating in which practices doctors must try first. Of course, the least expensive choice is the choice of these panels but your doctor may not agree....oh well, panels will win out.

That is why over 45% of today's physicians say that they will retire rather than circumvent their Hippocratic Oath regarding caring for their patients. They know the truth and all that has to happen is for the other shoes to fall. If and when this hell care bill passes congress, the panels established and empowered by the Stimulus Bill will be well on its way to establishing a beauracacy that will reach into every individual's business with their doctors....electronics is the means for review and commands to the doctors.

Lot to be worried about America. Obama is about government control and has little concern with our physical health. If Zimmer were to get Obama's approval for the implants to help us aging seniors, do you think you could afford it under Obama's plan that is going to tax these people, people like Zimmer, damn near out of business...and on purpose.

1 comment:

  1. That is why over 45% of today's physicians say that they will retire rather than circumvent their Hippocratic Oath regarding caring for their patients.

    Shedworld said:

    Shouldn't this be rephrased to say 45% of today's physicians POLLED say...

    Wouldn't it also help in citing the source of this polling result?

    Why I do not doubt that many physicians would feel this way, your statement about it here seems too general. A doctor in his/her late twenties is not going to consider retiring any time soon.

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