The AMA, NMA, and the Flexner Report of 1910 Prepared by Ololade Olakanmi For the Writing Group on the History of African Americans and the Medical Profession Summary There are several direct links between Medical Education in the United States and Canada: A Report to the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching (1910), commonly […]

Tell-A-Vision for the 21st Century: ~ ~ Historical Debate on Health Care Policies and the pseudo-journalism that pretends to keep us informed but does not Archival Post from 2009 Written during the Congressional debate over the passage of the Affordable Care Act, and updated April 2024  Original publication date: June 21, 2009   Link […]

AMA’s Scope of Practice Partnership spends millions to turn independent practitioners into subservient role of “physician-extender” and billing 3rd parties at the higher MD rates for care not provide by them

by faithgibson March 31, 2024

The AMA, and its new “Scope of Practice Partnership“, probably is not technically a ‘crime family”, but they sure do a great job of acting like one! Beginning in 2006, the AMA’s policy-makers dreamed up a truly offensive and one-sided new plan for how medical services are provided by MDs in the US. Their plan […]

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The Health Care in Crisis in the US ~ How did it get so bad?    

by faithgibson December 1, 2022

  Health Care in Crisis: How did it get so bad?     by faith gibson, LM Concerned citizen, mother and midwife Originally posted in 2009 while passage of the ACA was still pending in the US Congress  How an increase in medical doctors had the paradoxical effect of making medical care much more expensive Since the late […]

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AMA’s Scope of Practice Partnership, Part 1 ~ the plan to limit the practice of OTHER healthcare practitioners

by faithgibson August 9, 2020

Work-N-Progress// Temporary Holding Draft ~ Hoover profile info at the bottom will soon be transferred to its own post AMA series ~ Day #2 Organized Medicine in America is not on the same side of healthcare issues as We, the American People I am beginning this series on the AMA’s SOPP on August 9th, 2020 […]

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