The Greatest threat to the international medical community

Why is this man the greatest threat to the International Medical Community?

 

It is because he knows too much about the dark secrets of medical malpractice! His name is Wade Charles Ayer, in Wisconsin.

His solution: “The Surgical Black Box!” 

  • It will give surgery patients the option, the right, to have it recorded by audio and video, and all data can be entered into a court of law.

Now the powerful Hospital Association, AMA and Medical Insurance Lobbyists want Wade Ayer and his ideas shut down before his idea becomes popular in the general public.

Many people are dubbing this movement the “greatest patient safety bill in generations!”

How did this all begin?

http://worldobserveronline.com/2013/11/17/wisconsin-man-takes-world-medical-malpractice/

  • Ayer created the Face Book page: National Organization for Medical Malpractice Victims. {NOMMA}  https://www.facebook.com/National-Organization-for-Medical-Malpractice-Victims-299362656863258/
  • He has been collecting data worldwide, and is making states’ legislatures across America and U.S. Congress very nervous. Why? Because he has formed an alliance of victims and family members that are seeking a change in law across the United States.
  • Because the organization is exploiting these cases to their local politician which is resulting and pitting their local elected official to go against their heavy campaign donors, the medical industry. Common sense dictates that this would be the end of their political career by siding with the change in medical laws such as the surgical Black Box. What the organization is claiming is that political figures are ignoring to meet with the victims. Why ignore? That would mean having to do something very uncomfortable like supporting the surgical black box. 
  • Ayer and his alliance are systematically sharing the bill across the U.S. to local State Legislatures. While doing so, pointing out along the way to the local media how cozy the relationship has been with the Hospital Associations and local State Legislatures.

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