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Complaint Review: Governor John Kasich Ohio
Governor John Kasich Ohio77 South High Street, 30th Floor Riffe Center Columbus, Ohio USA
Governor John Kasich Ohio is publishing that women MDs have 'unknown mental disorder' when they have to disagree with a Medical Board Member, or a local physician, about care practices that affect the MD - putting out medical diagnoses without workup, facts, criteria, patient complaints or evidence except that the woman MD disagreed - which is breach confidential medical record laws Columbus Ohio
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Governor Kasich is allowing the Medical Board to put out wrong unsubstantiated Internet diagnoses on women MDs who object to wrong care of themselves, or patients, as a way of handling medical errors and Medical Board mistakes. This information is then given to the Physician Data Bank without one criteria for that diagnosis or allegation - which is fraud.
The Physician Data Bank should not be putting unknown mental disorder on an Internet site without some evidence of this - especially as the woman MD had no patient complaints, no suits and a MENSA IQ that has been wasted. Because of the wrong information on the Medical Board website - where nothing should be put unless proven - certain MDs have been grossly mistreated in Ohio - abused for fun.
The one woman MD has offered to do anything within reason except go to psychiatrists who will lie for the Board, and not allow the confidential complaint to be opened so that she can defend herself. The Ohio Medical Board only believes psychiatrists who will fix diagnoses for the Board - diagnose on demand. Dr. Phillip Resnick is one of those. He was begged to allow that the woman physician meet with him in 2003-2013 with the 'confidential' complaint so that she could straighten out the misinformation - he refused - he will diagnose on demand with partial information - which is a disgrace. Any physician who will diagnose, or try to, on partial wrong information is unethical -that includes the Medical Board Members in Ohio.
The Governor lets the mistreatment go on. The one woman MD with 'unknown mental disorder' - three national psychiatry experts have told the Medical Board to stop this. The Court of Appeals ruled in her favor, and told the Medical Board to solve their argument another way. But the Medical Board Members in Ohio are neither good physicians or good people, and they don't take expert advice unless they can 'fix' it.
There are medical errors, and everyone pays for them in the end with insurance rates, but the Ohio Medical Board has to acknowledge them, improve the rates of them, and somehow with a point system or monetary fine deter hospitals and physicians from doing them for money. But punishing the woman MD who had to experience them with another wrong diagnosis, after her bone condition was misdiagnosed is just cruelty beyond cruelty - and to continue this for 20 years, and 3 years of Governor Kasich hanging up, is just insane.
No one should have to endure a wrong mental diagnoses of them on Internet sites as politics as usual. In the one case this interferred with treatment of a real bone problem - not a mental disorder. Mental disorders don't cause fractures that don't heal, bone pains that don't go away, and extreme fatigue - fatigue that all the woman JDs at the Medical Board made fun of. Well the woman MD was not allowed to get blood work.
Yes the Ohio Board is liable for fraud, misinformation, loss of job and income - but the main problem is to stop the fraud, and end this case and others, so that the woman physician can get treated for what she really has and get back to work.
Unknown mental disorder is not a diagnosis, or a crime - it means that the physicians are so bad in Ohio that they misdiagnose women patients and accuse them of thing they don't have to get out of liability & damages. It means that Governor Kasich is a liar, a creep and a jerk to let this go on. But he's also breaking every medical records law - and if a physician has no mental disorder then he's committing fraud. And if there is not mental disorder proveable for 20 years, that woman MD is just a difficult woman MD because that's the way that she was trained - by men.
The one woman MD, who this is being done to in December 2013, went to Case Medical School where everyone hated her father MD. This is also being done to get back at her father; he didn't refer to the right people, play the games, etc. It's not right to destroy the chances of the children of someone because you hate them - yet that's what goes on in the Cleveland Medical Community.
Hating her father - that's why her fractures were left uncasted, and her x-rays were all misread as 'satisfactory' when the fracture wasn't even casted. That's why her blood work wasn't allowed, Mayo Clinic couldn't finish a workup, before her license was suspended for exaggerating bone pains that caused serious fractures - get back at her father. Something was wrong - and it wasn't an unknown mental disorder causing fractures. How does Anita Steinbergh justify this?
But the Medical Board should have found out before they took her medical license for 'unknown mental disorder' what caused fractures - how stupid is Governor Kasich. An 'unknown mental disorder' is not the cause of an unknown metabolic bone disorder that causes fractures. That's fraud.
That means that the physicians in Ohio are so bad that they have to lie, and suspend the license of a woman MD because they can't get to the real diagnosis. Please take off all the Internet postings of 'unknown mental disorder' for women MDs in Ohio who have disagreements with the Medical Board for real problems that are not 'unknown mental disorders.' Please stop diagnosing women MDs with problems that they don't have to cover for the problems, and mistakes, at the Medical Board.
This wrong diagnosis needs to come off of Medical Board communications December 2013, and this wrong diagnosis to hurt someone needs to stop. The Medical Board made a mistake, the physicians involved made huge errors, but the answer is not to wrongly accuse the woman MD of 'unknown mental disorder' to get out of damages. Damages can be paid in putting her back to work, covering the retraining costs. Hillcrest Hospital, University Hospitals are also guilty of the wrong diagnosis - but the diagnosis was not 'unknown mental disorder.
Governor Kasich how would you feel if some MD, because they couldn't figure out what was wrong with your wife, would post on the Internet that she had 'unknown mental disorder' before any workup, before the blood work came back, before the fractures finished physical therapy? That's what you did to certain women MDs in Ohio.
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