Medical care is already very poor in the US. It’s going to get far, far worse.
The two accrediting bodies for American medical schools now say that meritocracy is “malignant” and that race has “no genetic or scientific basis,” positions that many doctors worry will lower standards of care and endanger lives by discouraging vital genetic testing.
The Liaison Committee on Medical Education, which accredits all medical schools in North America, is cosponsored by the American Medical Association (AMA) and the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC)—the same groups that on Oct. 30 released a controversial guide to “advancing health equity” through “language, narrative, and concepts.”
We all need health care directives now. This healthcare directive shouldn’t just include DNR orders and the like, but also instructions on WHEN you’ll be taken to the hospital if you are incapacitated.
Soon, your health care will be rendered by an affirmative action hire who learned about sanitation in Bangalore.
Last summer a loved one of mine was taken to the hospital by ambulance. He was admitted. NOT ONE OF HIS FAMILY MEMBERS WAS ALLOWED INTO THE HOSPITAL TO SEE HIM. He was incapacitated and unable to advocate for himself, but no family members were allowed in. There was no way to see if his medical directives were being honored, his medical attorney wasn’t allowed in, etc.
In the near future hospitals will need to be treated as an absolute next to last resort. If you are going to die no matter what, stay home with family, otherwise there’s a good chance you’ll never see your family again.
If you are going to recover, but slowly, don’t go to the hospital. Iatrogenic disease is skyrocketing and is only going to get worse as a result of these insane admission standards
If you don’t need a surgery to recovery, you will probably be safer at home.