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Restoring Accountability in Medical Practice, HealthCare, Government and Society

Obamacare Bloats U.S. Healthcare System [8]

To read the rest of this column, please go to http://www.medicaltuesday.net/restoring-accountability/ [9]

                Bottom line: “We are the best deal Physicians can get from a statewide physician based organization!”

Our motto, “omnia pro aegroto” means “all for the patient.”

Go to: WWW.FLAAPS.ORG [38]

The Texas Chapter of AAPS held its first official meeting May 21, 2016.  The chapter elected officers and board members and approved the chapter’s bylaws.

Texas needs a strong, conservative physician in the Senate who will be willing to stand up against the status quo in the face of encroaching government control of the practice of medicine. . Dr. Buckingham, endorsed by AAPS, succeeded in making the runoff for the senate race in Texas SD24! She is prepared to tackle head-on the problems faced by private physicians and work to restore the integrity of the patient-physician relationship

Please follow at http://www.texasaaps.org/ [39]

The AZ Senate Committee of the Whole (COW) gave the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact bill, HB 2502, a “Do Pass as Amended” (DPA) recommendation.  There are several good things in the amendment [41]:
It prohibits board certification from being required for licensure through Arizona’s existing licensing process.
It directs the Arizona Medical Board to develop its own expedited licensure process for physicians wishing to avoid Compact licensure.

It prevents Compact licensure from being required as a condition of employment.

Read Arizona’s physicians’ struggle to avoid government control at http://www.azaaps.org/ [40]