Women legislators in the Ohio House in 2013 are wearing red jackets for women's heart disease - wonderful - there IS a problem with the misdiagnosis of heart disease, and everything else, with women patients in Ohio. Thyroid disease is misdiagnosed & mistreated - what color jacket is that - green maybe or yellow? Osteoporosis & vitamin D deficiency is missed - that's another color - purple or orange maybe? The guys won't order bone density tests causing osteopenia - what jacket color is that - brown or full metal? Every possible Crayola color has a disease that is missed on women patients in Ohio - where Medicine is not for women. And we are talking about the 120 colors box - there are at least 120 medical problems, diagnoses of women, mismanaged in Ohio. The Crayola tragedy.
Maybe it should be the Rainbow Coalition of jackets for the women State Representatives in the 130th Assembly? But it won't solve the problems, the missed diagnoses, the heart disease rx'd with stents that clot in women, the thyroiditis that goes to cancer, the lives & careers of women MDs wasted fighting a corrupt Medical Board for their medical licenses.
One false medical license suspension case has gone on for 20 years - that woman's case is in Representative Anielski's district - and she knows nothing about the Ohio State Medical Board - per her Legislative Aide Hallie - who seems competent, but just not on the right page. How long will it take Hallie to get the message? Representative Anielski knew nothing about her son's problems either - and that didn't end well. But there are other tragedies that go with the State Representatives office in the 6th District - and they will require some intuition, some insight, some epiphanies, and some intelligence to solve. We are all sorry about your son Representative Anielski, but women MDs that might have been able to help did not have a medical license -- how many women MDs in the 6th District have their medical licenses suspended for making too much of bad care -- more than 1 for sure. Your son needed the 'right' physician, and didn't find that person - but I'm sure his MD was a guy.
Check with Tom Patton's office - he didn't graduate from Cleveland State and knows no medical terminology - but he's gotten the message that there is something 'wrong' at the State Medical Board of Ohio. But it's all 'confidential.' So no one is able to impeach the State Medical Board, get a Financial Report from the Board, or understand the Medical Board decisions & stats - and Governor Kasich is well aware of what is going on, and he's letting it continue. It would cost too much to rehabilitate the women MDs alone, re-entry is not an objective - they are disposable. But other states could use them if these women MDs could be given their Ohio licenses to resign, and the complaints for other states to make a decision on. No state, except Ohio, takes women MD's licenses for Dr. Nice. Dr. Nice not 'getting it on the side' is not the concern of Rhode Island, Georgia, Alaska or Wyoming. You are wasting careers in medicine that other states need & would pay Ohio for - make a business of it - sell the physician careers instead of the turnpikes & interstates.
The problem is that women MD/DOs in Ohio aren't getting to the Cardiology Fellowships - or any Fellowships - aren't included in the EKG reading groups at their hospitals, and are getting their medical licenses suspended in ever-increasing numbers for 'confidential' complaints that have nothing to do with their patient care - confidential complaints where the males ganged up. Males MDs have nothing better to do in Ohio - they aren't doing patient care. No one knows what these complaints are really about - but jealousy, money & sex are a big part. Representative Anielski is apparently not going to sit at coffee and hear this just yet - being newly elected. The 'confidential complaints are phrased as personality disorders; wrong personality for Ohio male MDs basically. And since their wives also have the 'wrong personality' to 'understand' these guys - this is not a case for medical license suspension or discipline.
With these false Medical Board complaints - Ohio is an undisputed #1 - and the Medical Board has no money because of this mismanagement. Physician dues in Ohio are supposed to increase this year, and spiral upward. At the State Medical Board in Ohio, the complaints have no statutes of limitation, no rules of evidence, can be signed by MDs who don't even know the woman MD, and the cases can go on for decades - unless the woman MD conveniently commits suicide - which she is encouraged to do by her peers who will not help her with medical care.
Money is not option for Ohio - going after women MDs is in the budget. Cases against women MDs typically run to $500,000 state costs/case - as the women MDs are usually innocent, and can't lie well enough to get their licenses back and end things quickly. The case workers, the State Reps & Senators, all tell you to lie to get back to doing the 'good' care that you were doing before. So what was the case about?
There are estimated to be hundreds, to thousands, of false cases of physician licensure, suspension or discipline, in the last 20 years in Ohio - more than any other state or several states combined. And we don't have the worst MDs in the country in Ohio - we just have enough women MDs to inflate the numbers. Women are disciplined for not going along, not doing the casual sex or favors, for not referring enough surgeries to the men, and for existing - it's not about their patient care.
Women MDs, whose licenses are falsely suspended, can't get medical care in Ohio until they admit the Medical Board's case - and when the State Medical Board has no case - or keeps looking for a new case every year or so, when the last 'case' doesn't pan out and can't be dismissed - that's a long time; 20 years in one case. 20 years loss of a physician's life - no other state suspends a medical license for 20 years - MDs are working in other states before that (no matter the charge).
In Ohio that is a long time for no blood work, no fracture care, no gyn care - and forget the obstetrics. Women MDs, who have their licenses falsely suspended, can't get pregnant, can't have a child - they are 'sterilized' by the process that never ends at the Medical Board - the process to prove that women MDs/DOs don't have what what it takes and can be the tokens for the Ohio stats.
And what it takes to measure up - sex with colleagues, the right referrals, and to cover for the boys. The women MDs don't get chance to have a child who might commit suicide from the threats - they just get trashed - left to hemorrhage out with no ob-gyn care. The one woman hemorrhaged out in NYC at Columbia-Presbyterian, after 5 years of no ob-gyn care allowed - she was sterilzed by neglect of care with several ob-gyns on the State Medical Board of Ohio. The Medical Board of Ohio refused to allow her to get medical consultation & care.
Women MDs get their medical licenses suspended usually in their 30s - when they are the most desireable for casual sex with colleagues, when they are trying to get married and have a token child or two, and when they are healthwise most vulnerable to the problems that neglect of their general health during residency caused. Residency training is not healthy for women MDs - the food is bad, the hours play all sorts of games with hormones, and the harassments eat into any self-confidence remaining from Ohio Medical Schools.
Women MDs start fracturing in their 30s (all that bad food in residency & the hours which played havoc with estradiol & FSH levels), have early breast cancers, are all vitamin D deficient if anyone bothers to check, and women MDs are just worn out with male harassments by the time they are through training. Even moreso than women DOs, women MDs are targeted for abuse - there are no harassment provisions that the Ohio State Medical Board enforces.
So the women MDs get 'sick' in their 30s, are medically mistreated or given ultimatums for sex with certain more powerful males for the care, they try to get married in their 30s, but they aren't allowed decent health care before their licenses are taken. Women MDs do not deserve blood work in Ohio, are not allowed care-to-function, and are just part of the #1 Medical Board's 'reign of terror' because they can't fight back without knowing the complaint or having money - and most are heavily mortgaged by the student loans. When they complaint, the woman MD's complaint is made public against state laws, so that the males (the boys) can countercomplain - and the countercomplaint is 'confidential' and can be perpetually changed for the life of the woman MD. It's a pre-fixed kangaroo court that is outside of Ohio courts except that the Ohio Court of Appeals can temporarily throw out a case, but it gets remanded to the Ohio State Medical Board and recycled.
Ohio is #1 for suspensions & disciplines of physicians in the nation - per 1000 physicians licensed - and the women are more suspended than the men because they can't fight confidential complaints where the subtext is sex, or the resolution of the complaint means admitting a psychiatric diagnosis that the woman MD has no criteria for. And the State Representative Offices can get the 'confidential' complaints - but they won't. Has Representative Anielski any thoughts - or is suicide the only answer - like for her son? Certainly no one is helping the women MDs falsely accused by the State Medical Borad of Ohio - just as no one helped her son. And she's clueless on both accounts.
Apparently Representative Marlene Anielski thinks that women MDs will commit suicide, to cover the mistakes of the Ohio Medical Board, like her son to cover problems at St. Ignatius & home. And some of the falsely suspended women MDs have been watched for suicide - because their lives, their chance at a family, their childbearing years - are all taken for sport - to make an example of them - that you do what Dr. Nice says. To make the woman MD a poster child for 'sleeping with Dr. Nice.' To this day, Dr. Nice can get any Ohio women MDs license taken so that she will never practice medicine again - in Ohio - or anywhere else. Tim Nice is not on the State Medical Board, but he has 'friends' there that will lie, cheat, and kill for him. Representative Anielski's office admits that she knows nothing about what goes on at the State Medical Board of Ohio - the women Representatives don't, but the men do - Budish, Patton - the friends of Dr. Nice know what is going on.
Red jackets are not the answer - cancelling coffee is not the answer. Secret files at the Medical Board for Dr. Nice - where he gets to 'hit on' the woman MD, and then leave her fractures uncasted when she says 'No' - are not the answer. The Catholic parish priests involved - Fr James Caddy & Fr Bob Kriege - know about it - but they are following the same code of silence as they did for diocesan abuse - wait until the woman commits suicide and extol her in eulogies.
Women MDs are 'hit on' for sexual favors, and women MDs in Ohio can't do a thing about it - except - accept it with aequanimitas - which just makes the abuse worse. Coffee is not going to fix this mess, but it might be a start - but only if Representative Anielski finds the time - and she won't - as she didn't for her son. Her son wandered into a park in despair, and if only in his name, an end to the abuse of women MDs needs to start. One almost wants to commit suicide when you can't get fractures casted, can't get appropriate blood work or treatments, can't have a child, can't get ob-gyn care, and can't get anyone to listen - but then you are Catholic and that means you have to watch your body mistreated, your mind wasted, and your life lost.