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Beginning of the end of the greatest healthcare system ever

 
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More medical doctors are adding their names to the list of those outraged over the recent passage of the healthcare reform bill.



Dr. Hal Scherz, president of Docs 4 Patient Care (D4PC), tells OneNewsNow the new healthcare law makes doctors government employees.

Dr. Hal Scherz"It gives the Secretary of Health and Human Services the mandate to put together the clinical protocols that doctors who wish to contract privately with insurance companies must adhere to," he explains. "If they don't adhere to those rules, for the first time ever in American history, it will prevent the private interaction between one group of citizens with a business."

Dr. Scherz, a pediatric urologist, predicts as a result of the new legislation, more doctors will retire while less-qualified young people will go into medicine. He believes a critical doctor shortage will ultimately force nurse practitioners, physician's assistants, and others to become the primary caregivers for Americans.

"They're all very capable and good professionals, but they are not physicians," the D4PC president contends. "People are going to have to get used to the fact that their healthcare is going to be delivered by people like that, and they may not like it, but that's what they voted for in 2008...elections have consequences."

He says it is "the beginning of the end of the greatest healthcare system that the world had ever seen." [link to www.onenewsnow.com]
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The health care bill was written by a committee whose chairman said he didn’t understand the bill, passed by a Congress who exempted itself from it, signed by a president who smokes, underwritten by the treasury department whose head didn’t file his taxes, supported by a surgeon general who is obese and financed by a country that is broke.

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More medical doctors are adding their names to the list of those outraged over the recent passage of the healthcare reform bill.



Dr. Hal Scherz, president of Docs 4 Patient Care (D4PC), tells OneNewsNow the new healthcare law makes doctors government employees.

Dr. Hal Scherz"It gives the Secretary of Health and Human Services the mandate to put together the clinical protocols that doctors who wish to contract privately with insurance companies must adhere to," he explains. "If they don't adhere to those rules, for the first time ever in American history, it will prevent the private interaction between one group of citizens with a business."

Dr. Scherz, a pediatric urologist, predicts as a result of the new legislation, more doctors will retire while less-qualified young people will go into medicine. He believes a critical doctor shortage will ultimately force nurse practitioners, physician's assistants, and others to become the primary caregivers for Americans.

"They're all very capable and good professionals, but they are not physicians," the D4PC president contends. "People are going to have to get used to the fact that their healthcare is going to be delivered by people like that, and they may not like it, but that's what they voted for in 2008...elections have consequences."

He says it is "the beginning of the end of the greatest healthcare system that the world had ever seen." [link to www.onenewsnow.com]
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Personally,
This does not make me afraid. A lot of docs are quacks anyway.
Few quality, caring good ones anyway. Perhaps, the new system will just sort through the bad and good ones, and the bad ones will drop off anyway.
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More medical doctors are adding their names to the list of those outraged over the recent passage of the healthcare reform bill.



Dr. Hal Scherz, president of Docs 4 Patient Care (D4PC), tells OneNewsNow the new healthcare law makes doctors government employees.

Dr. Hal Scherz"It gives the Secretary of Health and Human Services the mandate to put together the clinical protocols that doctors who wish to contract privately with insurance companies must adhere to," he explains. "If they don't adhere to those rules, for the first time ever in American history, it will prevent the private interaction between one group of citizens with a business."

Dr. Scherz, a pediatric urologist, predicts as a result of the new legislation, more doctors will retire while less-qualified young people will go into medicine. He believes a critical doctor shortage will ultimately force nurse practitioners, physician's assistants, and others to become the primary caregivers for Americans.

"They're all very capable and good professionals, but they are not physicians," the D4PC president contends. "People are going to have to get used to the fact that their healthcare is going to be delivered by people like that, and they may not like it, but that's what they voted for in 2008...elections have consequences."

He says it is "the beginning of the end of the greatest healthcare system that the world had ever seen." [link to www.onenewsnow.com]

Personally,
This does not make me afraid. A lot of docs are quacks anyway.
Few quality, caring good ones anyway. Perhaps, the new system will just sort through the bad and good ones, and the bad ones will drop off anyway.
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I would see a naturopathic MD BEFORE I would even think to seek treatment from a traditional Md anyway.

A traditional MD just wants to give me Big pharma poison to that he/she can get a $$ kick back anyway. Few traditional docs care about their patients today.
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Re: Beginning of the end of the greatest healthcare system ever
Just the beginning of the Great American Bilking, primarily for chronic degenerative diseases that are given to American in vaccines.

These degenerative diseases are easily prevented by not eating trans fat. And easily cured with doxycycline.

Wake up sheeple. It's another ziohoax.