Facebook response received from Diane Shank regarding the terrible harm the medical cartel caused her daughter:
I am sorry for what happened to your daughter. You need more Information which should be in her medical record- If you are her power of attorney or guardian you should request a copy and review it or take it to a medical malpractice attorney for review. What you are looking for may not be in the record as charting can only be as good as the person charting-have you asked the hospital for an investigation? They are required to do so – and you should have a meeting with them to discuss what was found. I am unclear why your daughter would be rushed to the er if she was already admitted… Other sources that can help you : file a complaint with the joint commission, the accrediting agencies for hospitals, the local health department and finally the centers for Medicare and Medicaid services (CMS) the arm of the Feds that has to pay for poor care and therefore “cares” it doesn’t sound like you are upset with her docs but a complaint against them can be filed with the state medical board
Medical Malpractice Response to Diane Shank:
Thanks for your response to the terrible harm caused Mary Shaw’s daughter linked here http://www.medicalmalpracticeawareness.com/mary-shews-daughter-just-one-more-victim-of-the-us-medical-establishment/ . However, most of what you suggest has no meaning if you are a victim or surviving family member of a victim of the medical cartel, justice system and of course the body of people who are 100% the cause of all this needless pain, suffering and death or congress and the senate.
The reality of what we victims and surviving family members of victims face has no bearing on any of the avenues you suggest Mary Shaw should do. Every avenue available for the victim has been taken away and each has been stacked in favor of the money brokers and the 2.8 Trillion Dollar medical cartel has more money than any other entity in the world. As a result, they have used their vast wealth to buy the courts, justice system, independent news and of course the US Congress.
You tell this poor mom to seek advice from a mal-practice attorney but what does this have to do with justice? Civil litigation is about money and money only and has absolutely nothing to do with justice. Justice is making the people who harmed you or killed your loved one accountable for their actions and like it or not the medical cartel and their members are exempt from accountability and civil litigation guarantees it.
You also suggest she obtain the medical records for her daughter but chances are if they would have supported the terrible harm they brought to this person the risk management of the medical group and the medical cartel member responsible for this harm would have already altered them as this is legal and part of the hell, we the medical cartel’s victims, have to confront. Furthermore, you suggest that she reports this terrible negligence, carelessness and incompetence of this medical cartel member to the state medical board and I ask what this would accomplish.
The medical boards of all states are composed of senior doctors and administrators and their task is to insure the vast profits of this corrupt to the core industry are maintained and that no medical cartel member is held responsible or accountable for their direct actions.
This is the reality of what victims and surviving members of the medical cartel, justice system and congress’s victims face if they take exception to the harm waged upon them or the killing of their loved one. This is also the result of this 2.8 Trillion Dollar business buying self-regulation from your congressman and senators.
There is a reason 15,000,000 people out of the 38,000,000 who seek medical care each year are harmed and / or killed and why we live in a country that accepts 440,000 to well over a million people being needlessly killed each and every year. There is also a reason why US Health Care is number one in the world as far as the cost to us users yet the worst health care amongst all develop countries and what I have pointed out above is just a small part of this reason.
Dayton Smith, Jr.
Medical Malpractice Awareness