Psychiatric evaluations are being misused at the State Medical Board of Ohio - in multiples of 2.
Anita Steinbergh DO - current Medical Board President has misused them to protect 'friend' physicians - Dr. Nice - whose wife she knows. And she's probably going to be re-appointed, because Governor Kasich is stupid medically - and hasn't a clue. Anita Steinbergh thinks that the answer to 'bone pains' is to read ICEBOUND ie New York Times Bestsellers & lie to get your license back. There is a workup that has to be done for bone pains BEFORE a license is taken - not 10 or 20 years later. And we can't comply with an outdated 2003 order - where no one knows what the case is about - except Dr. Nice.
You have to pay experts because the experts for the Ohio Board cheat & lie - are allowed to cheat & lie. Every Hearing costs $50,000 for the physicians and for the Board - it's a waste of time when the problem is that the woman MD didn't just want to sleep with Dr. Nice a la every other piece of flesh at Hillcrest Hospital. Mrs. Nice put up with this, allowed to her children to see this behavior.
It's all about feeling 'sorry' for Mrs. Nice at the Medical Board when women MDs report his bad care, his sexual comments, and that they tried to speak with Mrs. Nice and tried to get referred to prevent things. But psychiatric evaluations have to be ordered AFTER care-to-function - which includes blood work, x-rays, and consultations. They take licenses because women MDs don't like fractures without casts, to do sex that way, to
Women MDs in Ohio - not DOs - have explain and re-explain themselves as Dr. Nice hits on the neighbors with his obsession to his personal sexual needs. This is not the fault of a female colleague - no one makes Dr. Nice think seductive thoughts.
The one woman MD tried to speak with Mrs. Nice - at a party - and her mother tried at a polo demonstration - both Nices did not get the message. The woman MD was not interested in a three-some, or hanging with a married MD, and told the orthopedic to find a male Internist to work with - not her. The woman MD's family paid $100 for the donation to the Polo Demonstration, so that the mother of the woman MD could 'speak' to Dr. Nice that the phone calls to her daughter at all hours 'for patient care' were not appropriate. 20 years later the Medical Board still does not get the message - this was not the woman MD's fault and the discipline of her for this needs to stop. And it is about sex - which Constituent Affairs does not want to hear - but there was no orthopedic care that was worth even billing for. So what do males hang around women for? It wasn't a good professional situation, and there is no EASY way to handle this.
You don't take a woman MD's license for trying to stop the advances of a male orthpedic when she has fractures and only wants an appropriate referral. Which the guy didn't get. And you can't do this for 20 years blaming the woman MD for existing. She got along with everyone who treated her professionally - patients, 700 other physicians at Hillcrest, got through Medical School and was friends with a Dean - this is not a bipolar or personality disorder. This is a situational problem of abuses of guys first. And it's not a psychiatry 'thing.' The personality disorder psychiatrist expert in the US - from Columbia-Presbyterian - tried to tell the Medical Board & Anita Steinbergh DO this in 1995-6. Anita Steinbergh could have met with him personally - but she didn't have the time. And all he answered questions about was 'why the woman MD didn't like Dr. Nice.' Well Dr. Nice is not a hand, or general orthopedic, he does hips-and-knees and was trying to do a wrist fracture for unknown reasons.
It's not the psychiatry problem of the women MDs, or RNs, that Dr. Nice goes after. And 2003 psychiatry orders, when the woman MD was not allowed blood work before her medical license was taken - so that Dr. Nice could get 'off' his misdiagnoses & wrong treatments (bad triage) - can't be done. The 'confidential' complaints in cases involving requests that 'Catholic girls are easy' have to be opened - what were the expectations of the woman MD. 6 psychiatric evaluations can't be legally binding without knowing what was the 'complaint.'
Governor Kasich is allowing that Anita Steinbergh - whose term expires 4/28/2013 - misuse psychiatry evaluations to 'find a case' in a 20-year old case that is about bad orthopedic care that she's tried for 20 years to get her orthopedic 'friend' off of. The woman MD supposedly holds a grudge that she reported the bad care so that someone would set the standard 'straight.' These 'evaluations' are all about why the woman MD didn't 'like' Dr. Nice - well, there was nothing to like. Dr. Nice goofed, got on the phone drunk (what they call drunk dialing), refused to send the woman MDs records, said 'nothing to do' when she was going to lose her hand, etc. You can't start orthopedic care and not refer appropriately & professionally.
The psychiatric evaluations & orders - when the woman had a missed thyroid problem causing the fractures - has to stop. Dr. Nice did not think to order thyroid function tests - the woman physician was made fun of as 'unlucky.' The thyroid tests had to be ordered by Georgetown University when she was trying to do a graduate degree - because Dr. Steinbergh would not allow them.
Dr. Steinbergh blocked a medical workup of the woman MD in 1995 - would not allowed Dr. Skodol to do this as part of a psychiatric evaluation at Columbia-Presbyterian. What women does this kind of abuse, mischief, and withholding of needed care - only a total monster.
Dr. Steingbergh - in her haste to psychatrically diagnose women MDs - will order the withholding of medical care & workup while issuing continual orders to have another and another psychiatric evaluation. We have received the additional information you provided, which has been reviewed and retained for future reference.
On December 11, 2003, after carefully considering all evidence, the Board issued an Order that established the requisite conditions necessary for you to regain medical licensure in Ohio. (Should you wish to review the Order, it can be accessed by performing a name search utilizing the licensee profile and status option on the Boards website at www.med.ohio.gov.) When you are ready to pursue the potential restoration of your certificate to practice, please submit an application in conformance with the conditions set forth in the Order so that the Board can consider your request. Thank you.
This is what you get in an email - the application and all materials were submitted in 1997-8. No action was every taken, and you can't keep doing this for someone else's perversity. Tests were taken, references submitted and the only thing you get back is to 'get another psychiatric evaluation' for saying 'No' to Dr. Nice. An application fee was paid in 1997.
When the Board takes a license without cause, with lies, with misinformation - it is the Board's responsibility to undo the damage - no Ohio physician can pay to resubmit and resubmit applications & redo psychiatric evaluations 6 times. The Board was told to give the license back in 1995-6.
The applications have been repeated and repeatedly submitted - the case needs to be dismissed. It is not any woman MDs problem that an orthopedic 'doesn't have a wife who understands him,' and it isn't appropriate to continue care with that kind of needy person. Dr. Nice & his wife were told that - this is not a licensure matter except that the care went to 'hell' when Dr. Nice would not refer. That's not a reason to continue this argument for 20 years. Dave Board - no one has your email.
It's 2013, and not 2003. In 2003, the Medical Board Director did not think that women MDs deserved blood work, medical care, gyn care - they were supposed to be psychiatrically evaluated over and over to find a case - until death. This is beyond any ethical code, against any human anything, and just torture because the Medical Board of Ohio makes mistakes and has no capacity to deal with them - except to comply with 2003, and then comply with 2016 - like you comply with 1993, 1995, 1997, 2000, and 2003. It's a game. It's takes weeks and 50 calls to get ahold of Kimberly Anderson - who hasn't a clue about anything medical.