Skip to comments.Obamacare and Laptop Medicine
Posted on 09/18/2012 7:19:47 AM PDT by arthurus
The era of laptop medicine is now upon us. Make that, laptop-computer medicine. Visit your physician and odds are that he will enter the examining room with his shiny new laptop in hand. The push for electronic records in the name of medical record portability and efficient record keeping is documented in the press, and the potential advantages appear convincing.
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Saw my doc yesterday. Two minutes of actual exam. 10 minutes of doc sitting at computer with back to me completing form.
I bet ObammyCare will double the number of forms and halve the exam
And double the price to you and cut the reimbursement to your doctor by half.
Same with my doctor. In each visit, he has to spend a lot of time on the computer. He said he didn’t want to do it; but if he refused, he would have had very stiff fines. He had no choice.
If we don’t vote Obama out, things will only get much worse.
Obamacare Summed Up in One Sentence
Now all of your info is in the cloud..available to anyone who wants it, including the feds at anytime for any reason.
THATS why the emr was created. PLUS! That info is NOT YOURS! It belongs to the dr. who created it.
Why else do they insist on taking a copy of your driver’s license. Its your medical id. Why else do they insist on your ss# which was never intended to be used for identification?
Oh no they have you pegged and it didn’t hurt a bit did it?
I live in NC and I was solicited by some jamoak in CHICAGO to participate in his study. How did he get my info? How did he get my NAME? I cussed him out royally and sent BCBS a scathing letter demanding they never release any info again.
THIS is just a part of what the sob’s did to us all.
And it sucks audibly.
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