How the Health Insurance Industry Hijacked the Physicians

How physician exploitation and servitude have sickened healthcare
How the Health Insurance Industry Hijacked the Physicians The health insurance industry has slowly but surely hijacked and shackled the medical profession. By exploiting their expertise they make record profits at patient and doctor expense while failing to improve overall health. Sadly, providers have steadily marched...

Who’s Taking Advantage of Doctors?

Exploiting physician’s work ethic and expertise
Who’s Taking Advantage of Doctors? Those in control of the insurance-based healthcare system work off the backs of doctors and use patients as a conduit to help themselves to an endless supply of precious healthcare dollars. This pool of some $3.6 trillion healthcare dollars is filled up each year with...

How Our Medical Profession Was Hijacked

Exploiting physicians for the business of healthcare

Bert Vorstman BSc, MD, MS, FAAP, FRACS, FACS

How Our Medical Profession Was Hijacked Given the unprecedented challenges physicians face in the U.S. healthcare system, one question is tantamount: How did we allow the American Medical Association (AMA) and vote-seeking government lawmakers to hijack our profession and deliver it to the insurance...

How Doctors Can Cut Costs and Reclaim Control

Cash pay patients cut overhead and allow better margins
How Doctors Can Cut Costs and Reclaim Control By working directly with patients physicians can bypass many of the burdensome administrative headaches that have raised overhead and lowered income. Cut costs and reclaim your profession. Visit www.HEALTHdrum.com Come join our healthcare community and discover how...

Why Doctors Need To Reclaim Their Profession

Routine healthcare does not need gatekeepers!
Why Doctors Need To Reclaim Their Profession Doctors need to reclaim their profession and get out from under the boot of the health insurance industry. Sadly, healthcare is totally dominated by the health insurance industry and its self-serving rules and pricing. Routine office-based and outpatient care is...