WE NOW HAVE AN INDUSTRIAL-MEDICAL-COMPLEX IN AMERICA. THIS MONSTER DID NOT JUST ‘EVOLVE’, IT WAS DEVIOUSLY CONTRIVED IN THE LATE 60s AS A COMPONENT OF THE NEW WORLD ORDER!
by AL Whitney (C) copyright 2013
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Steve Brill of Time Magazine investigated why medical costs are so much higher in America than in other countries. His story ran as a feature in the March 4, 2013 issue. Unfortunately this information should have been sought out and made public BEFORE the passage of Obamacare.
Essentially Mr Brill discovered that there is a two tiered pricing system in effect today. This two-tiered system is implemented by both hospitals and medical clinics. It is for this very reason that even the wealthy find it difficult to self-insure. If patients could actually afford to pay for their own hospital/medical care, both the hospitals and the doctors would be free of the stringent restrictions imposed on them today by both the insurance industry and the government. Physicians could practice according to the ‘best interest of the patient’ and NOT the ‘best interest of the bottom line’. When hospitals were non-profit institutions the ‘best interest of the patient’ was the norm.
This ‘gradual’ change in the practice of medicine was announced at a pediatric conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1969: New World Order plans exposed by insider in 1969
The following are excerpts:
PLANNING THE CONTROL OVER MEDICINE
The next topic is Medicine. There would be profound changes in the practice of medicine. Overall, medicine would be much more tightly controlled. The observation that was made in 1969 that, “Congress is not going to go along with national health insurance, is now, abundantly evident. But it’s not necessary, we have other ways to control health care”. These would come about more gradually, but all health care delivery would come under tight control. Medical care would be closely connected to work. If you don’t work or can’t work, you won’t have access to medical care. The days of hospitals giving away free care would gradually wind down, to where it was virtually non-existent. Costs would be forced up so that people won’t be able to afford to go without insurance. People pay for it, you’re entitled to it. It was only subsequently that I began to realise the extent to which you would not be paying for it. Your medical care would be paid for by others. Therefore, you would gratefully accept, on bended knee, what was offered to you as a privilege. Your role being responsible for your own care would be diminished.
The way this works, everybody has made dependent on insurance and if you don’t have insurance then you pay directly; the cost of your care is enormous. The insurance company, however, paying for your care, does not pay that same amount. If you are charged, say, $600 for the use of an operating room, the insurance company does not pay $600; they only pay $300 or $400. That differential in billing has the desired effect: It enables the insurance company to pay for that which you could never pay for. They get a discount that’s unavailable to you. When you see your bill you’re grateful that the insurance company could do that. And in this way you are dependent, and virtually required to have insurance. The whole billing is fraudulent.
ELIMINATION OF PRIVATE DOCTORS
The image of the doctor would change. No longer would he be seen as an individual professional in service to individual patients. But the doctor would be gradually recognized as a highly skilled technician – and his job would change. The job is to include things like executions by lethal injection. The image of the doctor being a powerful, independent person would have to be changed. He went on to say, “Doctors are making entirely too much money. They should advertise like any other product.”
The solo practitioner would become a thing of the past. A few die-hards might try to hold out, but most doctors would be employed by an institution of one kind or another. Group practice would be encouraged, corporations would be encouraged, and then once the corporate image of medical care gradually became more and more acceptable, doctors would more and more become employees rather than independent contractors. Along with that, of course, unstated but necessary, is the employee serves his employer, not his patient. A few die-hard doctors may try to make a go of it, remaining in solo practice, remaining independent, which, parenthetically, is me but they would suffer a great loss of income. They’d be able to scrape by, maybe, but never really live comfortably as would those who were willing to become employees of the system. Ultimately, there would be no room at all for the solo practitioner after the system is entrenched.
Interview with Bitter Pill author, Steven Brill