Ohio is the only State where women physician licenses are taken for 'confidential' complaints - with 'confidential' meaning colleague physicians who wanted personal & professional favors - without the woman physician having any patient complaints. The medical mistakes are made on the women physicians instead; they get the 'experimental' casts, the casts with no stockingette padding, the 30-year old splints. Anything old, that hasn't worked, gets tried on them again as they can't complain or they lose their medical license. The worst medical student, who hasn't showered, is brought in to assist or sew them up at Mayo Clinic. Rooms full of observers make fun that she asks that her fracture be disimpacted and straightened out - that's a joke for a woman MD - in front of PAs, MAs and the medical student without a white coat on his cell phone.
This oversight is destroying physician lives, health & their families as the cases go on for decades while Mr. Whitehouse polishes his social network skills on LinkedIn. Mr. Whitehouse - Executive Director of the State Medical Board of Ohio - can communicate on LinkedIn, but not on his phone with physicians he has falsely accused. 5 years of messages and he can't call them back - too busy updating his social network profiles.
No one knows what the 'confidential' complaint is on most physicians in Ohio, except for the privileged few that get their complaint against state laws. These physicians have 'friends' on the State Medical Board of Ohio and pay their dues in job contracts, consultation fees, hospital staff appointments, etc. No Ohio lawyer knows what really started the case, as they can't get the files, and therefore no one can end the case - but you pay anyways. It's an endless walkabout where the physician is told by former State Representative Trakas to just lie and get back to work. And Anita Steinbergh DO says the same - lie and end this - well then you don't have any self left - it's all lies. So at the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology - it's all lies now - as Jim Trakas is running that Board just like he learned.
The Medical Board of Ohio can only end a case with a physician admitting the case, dismissals are few and decades, and at least half $millions between - their procedural rules haven't been changed in 20 years. And you can't admit, or fight, a case that is 'confidential' - even high school kids know this - and they don't know much these days in Ohio. Endless evaluations done for 'confidential' are null and void, so the Medical Board keeps ordering the 'goes' on women physicians. Meanwhile, Governor Kasich pretends to be a Renaissance man; eating bananas & name-dropping Taylor Swift to prove his country 'cool' value.
That you can't fight a 'confidential' case, or defend yourself, is why most states do not allow 'confidential,' or anonymous, physician complaints by law - it doesn't work. And if they do allow the 'confidential' complaint route, most states stipulate that the 'confidential' can't be physicians hitting on the woman physician for 'understanding' and patient referrals, or physicians that couldn't put a cast on the woman physician's fracture. Diagnoses, or impairments, can't be based on 'confidential,' but lives & reputations are ruined based on 'confidential.'
But someone needs to tell Governor Kasich that - maybe Taylor Swift can compose a song on the Medical Board in Ohio - the Board Members are just like her dates - virtual reality with no stand-up value. This only happens in Ohio because the Governor is too busy looking in the mirror at himself; 'Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the best Governor of all. . .' And the mirror has to answer . . .
Medical licenses are taken in Ohio for women physicians being victims of malpractice - so that they don't sue, or say anything to improve the care. They are not even allowed blood work before their licenses are taken for 'making too much of admittedly bad care.' And the Medical Board will cheat as many times as it takes to find a case, or kill the woman MD - after Ohio taxpayers helped pay for her education & training. The woman MD won't get any medical care, or be able to have a child, until she admits the Board's case, and the Governor's office will hang up on her for trying - even after she has another fracture. She will be beaten up in physician offices by the staff, arms bruised, have procedures done on her that she did not consent to - basically any abuse is ok - even by The Cleveland Clinic. Her lawyers will be called several times a day for the physician to admit. It's like Joan of Arc and the English except that the Ohio State Medical Board can't burn the woman MD at the stake any more. But in Ohio they might bring that back too.
And that's killing at least one women physician who was left with an untreated thyroid condition for at least a decade, as well as fractures that didn't even finish physical therapy. The orthopedics who goofed had 'friends' on the State Medical Board of Ohio; they didn't have to refer, consult, send records or follow their mistakes - they just beat them up minus lab work. Even the Ohio Court of Appeals telling the Medical Board to solve this in another way, in 1993, didn't make the Board get any sense. The Medical Board in Ohio has to be 'right' even if they kill the physicians that they are supposed to be working with and helping deliver care. They can just import more FMGs.
Ohio is the only State that has a Governor that the people are supposed to 'figure' out, instead of the Governor being a little less self-centered and figuring out the people, the problems, and physicians, of Ohio. Governor Kasich isn't much good at self-study. Governor Kasich appears to be extremely self-centered and self-concerned, and while he likes Taylor Swift he doesn't appear to have listened to her song entitled, 'MEAN.'
You, with your switching sides and your walk-by lies and your humiliation
You, have pointed out my flaws again as if I don't already see them
I'll walk with my head down trying to block you out 'cause I'll never impress you
I just wanna feel okay again. . . (Taylor Swift)
Currently a number of physicians, including the woman MD aforementioned, have boxes pointing out their supposed flaws in that they noticed the bad medical care in Ohio; they learned from their training. But not allowing a woman physician blood work, a thyroid panel (and some of the thyroiditis goes to cancer, but who cares? with a woman physician in Ohio?), or even gyn care. She was just supposed to bleed out in NYC, but she got to Columbia-Presbyterian in time - no thanks to the last 20 years of Ohio Governors & Medical Board Members.
Governor Kasich is just playing JoePa by allowing the State Medical Board to go after women MDs for confidential complaints by male physicians (and friends) who wanted the personal, and then allowing the Medical Board, as a condition of re-licensure, to mandate that the woman physician work with & refer to the abuser male - to make sure she's learned to be 'easy' and 'understand' her place. Returning to the showers is a condition of re-licensure under 'confidential.' And Governor Kasich hasn't figured it out yet.