Want Quality, Affordable Healthcare in America? Protect Physician Rights!
Today, a coalition of grassroots U.S. legal system reform advocates embarked on a campaign to help focus Americans on the usually glossed over connection between institutionalized repression of U.S. physicians and the cost as well as quality of healthcare in our country.
By: The Law Project
And that chunk out of retirement as well as social security funds does not even include the staggering cost of Medicare. Of course, quality, affordable healthcare is not only a concern for U.S. senior citizens. The important topic has its buzz words and platitudes, comfortably nestled into political platforms for this and all national U.S. election seasons until eternity passes. But "mums" has pretty much been the word on major healthcare industry waste, fraud, and abuse. Even arguably less proper to discuss in polite company is how U.S. physicians are systematically repressed into silence on these subjects.
Speaking for a coalition of grassroots U.S. legal system reform advocates, Juris Doctor Zena Crenshaw-Logal proclaimed "We will help focus Americans on the usually glossed over connection between institutionalized repression of U.S. physicians and the cost as well as quality of healthcare in our country." The effort is part of Operation High Efficiency (OHE), a domestic case-focused division of NJCDLP's international human rights advocacy. "OHE emphasizes 'Critical Consensus and Cooperation', not flawlessness or attaining 'Critical Mass', considered by many for decades as key to the effectiveness of grassroots U.S. legal system reform advocacy", says Crenshaw-Logal.
Dr. Crenshaw-Logal is a Co-founder, Board Member, and the Executive Director of National Judicial Conduct and Disability Law Project, Inc. (NJCDLP), a nonprofit good government advocate focused on U.S. legal system accountability. She explains:
"The National Health Care Anti-Fraud Association estimates that we lose tens of billions of dollars to fraud each year, and many estimates climb much higher. The Coalition Against Insurance Fraud asserts that we lost $487 billion to fraud and human error in a single year, comprising about one-fifth of the total cost of healthcare."
The news/media company Report Injustice America has an exclusive three part expose' on Dr. Michael Langan's travails, including the 2013 suspension to date of his medical license. "So, in Dr. Langan we've lost a highly regarded gerontologist for nearly 7 years, thanks to a largely unregulated, major player in America's addiction treatment industry. If you think that spells trouble for Americans interested in quality, affordable healthcare, I encourage you to join our private, moderated Facebook group titled "PHP Abuse: How to Get Board Certified in Indentured Medicine," Crenshaw-Logal remarks.
Dr. Zena Crenshaw-Logal,