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Governors, You Can Say No to the Feds!

By: Alieta Eck, M.D.,

The 50 governors of the United States are beginning to demonstrate some backbone. They now must remind the federal government that with ObamaCare it has overstepped its bounds.

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Good Medicine Benefits From Ownership Stake

by R.C. Villare, MD, MPA

from MD Advisor—A Peer Reviewed Journal for the New Jersey Medical Community
Published Spring 2008 Volume 1 Issue 2( Page 4)

A state court ruled that a physician who owns part of an ambulatory surgery center (ASC) and takes his own patients to that center to perform needed surgery violates New Jersey law.

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What Wisconsin Predicts For Healthcare Reform

By: Jane M. Orient, M.D.

If you’d like a preview of what your medical care might look like after 2014, when the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) is fully implemented, take a look at schools in Wisconsin: they’re closed.

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Electronic Medical Records in the Age of Government Controlled Internet Kill Switches

By Elizabeth Lee Vliet, M.D.

Egypt’s crisis has raised alarms about national security and economic impact for Americans if regime change leads to an anti-US government controlling a strong ally in the Middle East. This crisis raises another more personal concern for Americans that has been overlooked by the national media: the security and availability of your electronic medical records in the event of a government-imposed “kill switch” for the Internet.

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Alieta Eck, M.D. appears on TV to debate ObamaCare


Who is Accountable in Accountable Care Organizations?

By: Alieta Eck, MD,

Part of the scheme of ObamaCare is to set up Accountable Care Organizations. In New Jersey, they are being set up for the Medicaid population. As is typical of all “innovative” government programs, they might seem good on paper but are really nothing new. They may appear to solve problems in the old Medicaid system, where physicians are so underpaid that few enroll, but new problems and cost overruns will inevitably occur.

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Medicaid is Not Real Charity

By: Alieta Eck, MD

A 53-year old man, shoulders slumped, sat on the exam table at the Zarephath Health Center, a non-governmental free clinic in central New Jersey. He was asking me, one of several volunteer physicians, to fill out forms to apply for Social Security disability.

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Viewpoint: Analysis of the free market incentive model

by Craig M. Wax, DO

Even if fundamental healthcare reform doesn't materialize, tighter government control and expanded regulation are likely. Rather than the health insurance industry mistreating patients, physicians, health care facilities and employers with soaring costs, poor reimbursement, care denial schemes, useless administrative procedures and endless red tape, perhaps a radically different model will succeed.

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Constitutional Liberty 1, ObamaCare 0!

By George Watson, D.O.,

Virginia Attorney General, Kenneth T. Cuccinelli, II, said, “It is a great day for the Constitution. This case is not about health insurance. It is not about healthcare. It’s about liberty.”

In Commonwealth of Virginia v. Kathleen Sebelius, Judge Henry E Hudson found that Congress cannot expand the Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution to force people to buy a product.  

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On POLST: New Lyrics, Old Melody

POLST stands for "Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment." It is a next-generation replacement for an Advanced Directive and DNR ("Do Not Resuscitate") order.

Advanced planning documents sometimes turn out to be less than useful, especially in urgent care settings, and many patients receive more aggressive care than they might want because universal, transferable physician orders are unavailable or, simply, not applicable because a patient is in a different care setting.

The POLST form is a standardized form designed to convert wishes for life-sustaining treatments into medical orders.

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