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Think Obamacare is causing problems now? Just wait. Dr. Jane Orient, executive director of the the American Association of Physicians and Surgeons, calls in to discuss the looming healthcare crisis that will be caused by the Democrats' "fix" to our healthcare system.
AAPS was founded in 1943 and has been fighting for private medicine in the United States ever since. From defeating the initial attempt in the 1940s to socialize American medicine, to successfully opening up the secret Clinton Health Care Taskforce, and now as the only professional physician organization to challenge ObamaCare, AAPS has consistently stood up for free market and ethical principles in the practice of medicine. AAPS Executive Director Jane Orient, M.D. in this interview with Michael Ostrolenk, gives a historical perspective on these and other AAPS accomplishments.
Join Vaccine Rights Attorney Alan Phillips and special guest Rich Roberts of the Pandemic Response Project as they discuss the Pandemic Response Project and its Professional Panel, research corroborating Dr. Andrew Wakefield's 1998 research about a possible relationship between vaccines and autism, the NVIC's Advocacy Portal's vaccine legislation project, the AAPS Director Dr. Jane Orient's article opposing mandatory flu vaccines for healthcare workers, Dr. Andrew Weil's prediction of a healthcare system collapse, GSK's and Novartis' admission that swine flu vaccines carry a risk of paralysis, and more!
According to AAPS, the voice for private physicians, children under 14 are 3x more likely to suffer adverse effects from vaccinations, including death . CDC admits that 90 % of adverse reactions are not reported.
MediTalk interviews Dr. Jane Orient, Executive Director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS), on the benefits to the patient of contracting directly with a physicians, and some of the problems in dealing with a doctor who accepts third party payments.
On this edition of MediTalk, our guest will be the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons' President Lee Hieb, M.D. Dr. Hieb joined AAPS when she realized that other medical societies didn't have her best interest in mind:
"I used to belong to a number of medical societies. One day I realized that the prime goal of my specialty society was to maintain my specialty’s government reimbursements. And, they do this by using my dues to send a representative to fight against the representatives of other specialty societies whose members have funded them through their dues! That is ultimately an absurd use of my hard earned income. So I only belong to AAPS which, for over 60 years, has stood on the principles I believe in—individual liberty, personal responsibility and the type of limited government that consistutionally has no authority to involve itself in the practice of medicine."
Dr. Hieb will discuss with us why she and the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons fight to restore and preserve the private practice of medicine.
The U.S. Federal Government is currently borrowing 40% of every thing it spends and in March disbursements were eight times as much as income. Rep. Paul Ryan has proposed a “roadmap” to reduce deficit spending and lower our national debt, but a significant portion of his plan pushes cuts of any significance many years, if not decades, into the future. His “premium-support” Medicare plan begins for retirees in 2021. In this podcast, AAPS Executive Director Jane Orient, MD and host Michael Ostrolenk explore another Medicare scenario that could begin immediately, would give Seniors more control over their care (and money), saves 2 Trillion more than Ryan, and perhaps could unwind the current Medicare Ponzi scheme that created a Medicare trust fund full of IOUs. Read more on this topic in a recent article by Dr. Orient, “Mr. Ryan, We’ll See You, and Raise You $2 Trillion”.
Both patients and doctors are often unhappy with our current medical system and it is in vogue to blame capitalism for this “market failure.” Yet often unsaid, is that for more than 50 years, the dead hand of government has gradually replaced the invisible hand of free markets in U.S. health care. Today government and insurance company bureaucrats (empowered by DC backroom deals) are firmly wedged between patients and doctors.
In this podcast Michael Ostrolenk speaks with Ralph Weber, a Canadian medical refugee and the founder of Medibid.com—a website striving to remove these third parties from the patient-doctor relationship by directly matching patients up with the physicians and facilities they need to take care of their medical needs. Mr. Weber explains how Medibid works by keeping doctors and patient as the decision makers, not strangers sitting in cubicles, and how when the free market is truly allowed to function, prices go down and quality goes up.
AAPS members interested in finding cash-paying patients looking for their services, can get a special member-only discount at Medibid.com. Visit http://www.Medibid.com and enter code AAPS2020DF to receive 20% off the normal yearly price.
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