LO in Healthcare LO16656

DavidCLT (DavidCLT@aol.com)
Fri, 23 Jan 1998 22:06:17 EST

Replying to LO16635 --

In a message dated 98-01-23 08:47:37 EST, gsouthon@ozemail.com.au writes:

>These structures had many flaws, of course, but they were essentially
>knowledge based. One of the characteristics of recent changes has been to
>reject these structures and to focus more on hierarchical management and
>corporate structures which engage very poorly with these traditional

Yes...managerial and totalitarian based power structures have taken over
the healthcare system and encouraged the success of the sociopathic
element in our society, at the expense of those who genuniely care about
people. This has been allowed because the political system is awash in
special interest money that strives for individual superiority at the
expense of community contribution and social interest. Knowledge based
truths are being lost to economic expediency. With these incentives, the
healthcare system is learning how to lie.
On ethical grounds, I refused to sign any mangaed care contract and my
income went down 70%. As the old saying goes: The truth will set you
free...but first it will make you miserable.

Warm regards, David
David L. Hanson, Ph.D.
Consulting Psychologist


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