Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Patient safety and protection?

Is it a reality here in Canada or a fiction?

Click here to see an article on medical whistle blowers that may make you wonder.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I find it very troubling when the national TV service starts advocating for what's right and just. First, I know that the thing most important to someone in journalism is to come up with an idea for a show. They sit down and chew on all sorts of ideas and eventually come up with one on an edgy topic that "says" and "doesn't say" at the same time. There is also the manipulation in there of pretending that the government is "on it..." when it comes to health care crime. The proof to me is that each of these whistle blowers talks in a very foggy way about their observations. We never see anyone actually get to the nitty-gritty. It's always something very general, something policy related and out of the ordinary person's experience. They always give examples of patients who are going to die soon so that the public response, "well they were sick anyway and we can't all live forever," or "well there isn't enough money to save people with cancer" sounds so wise.

The whistle-blowers who we get to see are specially chosen by Dr Goldman to appear. There are many others who do not appear because the CBC also thinks they are insane.

I want to see a whistle-blower allowed on the show who says that people are being purposely killed in hospitals for their organs or to cover up for earlier malpractice. I don't see Dr Goldman doing that on his show. If he did, HE would be called "insane" like the doctors he features. It's all such crap propaganda!

People who comment that "it's good the CBC is airing this topic" are really, really out of it.

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