A foolish faith in authority is the worst enemy of the truth. Albert Einstein
Openly violating a state law by using power on licensees without legal authority is here, today.
The changing functions and behaviors of professional nursing have continually been in transition since the profession began. The days of nursing in the 1860s and the Florence Nightingale period of nursing was centered around the focusing on simply making the patient survive which was, at that time, have been a divine intervention if they did. Infections ran rampant killing patients on a regular basis.That period of innovations that markedly improved that deadly period of poor patient outcomes was moved to success by Florence and her remarkable understanding that bacteria and other microbes grew from basically uncleanliness, as well as the mixing of the patient environment. To this day her knowledge of these issues remains a mystery as so little microbiology knowledge was known then. Her tornado approach to create cleanliness could be called the 8th wonder of the world.
The transition from that period to today has been one scientific invention after another. promoting intentional better patient outcomes. Like all successes and promotions to greatness there is a balance between competition and, since the 1980s, profit. The mix of successful patient outcomes running neck and neck with financial success can create losses of an unpredictable nature. As broad and perhaps as confusing as that statement may sound producing the evidence to substantiate this has been the fact of a struggle of pain and suffering for many patients. By the 21st century many studies have stated that the third leading cause of death is in fact the health care system itself. This is now well known and accepted. Dissecting that statement into a realistic fact which could give reasons, is a job that could also be aided by divine intervention. Essentially it is a monstrous undertaking that could give those that are on the inside of this medical industry to shy away. It is so much easier to walk away. There are now 100s, if not 1000s of published articles and books clearly defining the events raising the body count. The coverups of such events is also noteworthy.
The nurses surrounded by this issue are now sweating bullets, or should be, trying to keep their profession from falling completely apart. it is now a classified nightmare working the acute care hospital as a nurse. The inability to bring much of nursing knowledge forward that sheds light on the events promoting exposure is clouded by several major powers.
Under the general heading of the Medical Mafia, a common term throughout the health care industry, there resides several power structures. Hospitals are often the manipulators of evidence that can conclusively pinpoint corrupted practices. The control of record keeping is their own combination system which has to involve others, and frequently does. This is not as complicated as it would seem. What can not be altered or fabricated is lost or deleted, and by only one person. This process would involve physicians, nurses, and medical records clerks. The flip side is that there are just as many hospitals, health care facilities who they themselves are victims of those they hired. Common sense would tend to light up the fact that this is bad business for them to alter evidence. Many do not create obstructions and loose fortunes.
The next category is attorneys hired by just about anybody, either by the victim or the defendant. Depositions are altered in transcripts as routine that are flown by judges who are either bought or financially connected to see or not to see, This is a potent statement defining corruption so direct illustrations of such are avoided to prevent retaliation. Retaliation involves police, private individuals with intimidation tactics. These tactics can easily be following the whistle blower, threatening phone calls, fabricated civil suits and more. This category is a remarkable study of pure evil.
The law enforcement category is more vague in that patrolmen status law enforcement are not making decisions on their own. However, they do what they’re told and when involved are probably not getting accurate information from their superiors. Going into a targets’ house when they’re not home is not uncommon. So you see we can do this, and leave indications of their presence. Focusing in where told is a major power point of the medical mafia.
The physician category is very difficult to assess without upsetting many people. It has to be conclusive that unreported medical mals which cause harm must pass a physician somewhere along the way. With the large number of these now at the head of the class in many major universities and medical schools we can easily conclude that physicians play a major role in the medical mafia outfit. The simple fact that these events are well known and brought forward in the classrooms defines progress. Many younger physicians refuse to take the smoking baton from the establishment. This is a very good sign. However, being misled still exists.
The patient category is also noteworthy in the present day debacle of the health care systems. How can patients be victims at the same time as being nearly a perpetrator? There is an odd group of patients whose pursuing intent is to garnish attention and also under go instrumentation to legally obtain drugs, as well get long term attention and drugs. Therefore, failed surgeries and or treatments work in their favor. If that sounds totally absurd and off of the grid, it is more common than one could imagine.
The regulatory agency category is another very vague arena as the evidence brought to agencies like medical boards and nursing boards is often the definition of obstruction. Reported nurses are frequently targeted with fabricated evidence to stop the sound of the whistle. However, many former members and retired medical professionals have spoken before many a legislature giving specifics for captured agencies. A captured agency would be defined as having members who’ve got interests in the reporting system. It has been stated that these agencies are a waste of taxpayers resources and should be disbanded. It would be at this point that could effect change to assist the health care system for safer patient outcomes, don’t count on it. Most regulatory agencies are steeped to their chins on political corruption. Arizona has a group called ombudsmen whose claim to tax payers wallets is to make sure the agencies are following rules and laws. This group is another enormous waste of tax revenue. This group does whatever they’re told and have zip effectiveness in guarding the public from the quacks that have roamed the state freely for years. The Ombudsmen unit is nothing but a cover up for the AZBN & the Attorney General. Murder by neglect and abuse isn’t hard to find. You just have to know where to look. The citizens and many health care workers are the victims.
This article is a short piece and avoids specifics for legal reasons that have been previously identified which in turn brought these statements forward. Felony endangerment exists in many cases that goes unreported because of the power of the medical mafia. The nursing profession marked huge advancements in patient survival in the very early days. We have come full circle in our homeland that brings us back to the beginning, again. The ability of the nurse to side step these land mines of deceit and corruption, and get these to an honest venue is an art that requires patience and in many cases a nurse that can afford to loose a career. Retaliation is common.
I can not speak to actual dollar exchange as forensic accounting was not investigated. I would say that hiding cash isn’t as difficult as the general public thinks it is.
Calling the Medical Mafia a force within the health care system without identifying big pharmacy would not be thorough. The knowledge of that system pretends to explain the courses the general public looses in life and dollars for being involved with many different medications. WE here at the watchdogs focus on what we know. AZBN is part of the Medical Mafia we know.
The governor has repeatedly put forth an agenda to help licensed workers get working and avoid over regulation. It looks absolutely wonderful in the house and in the local papers that he is busy getting deregulation passed. Whatever these agencies do to ignore this is a mystery that perhaps he could shed more light upon. Students and the general public sees agencies are practising power against licensees without the legal authority to do so. The AZBN & Attorney General answers to nobody.
Jesse Nightingale Retired R.N. Sangerville, Maine.