Wednesday, 27 July 2016

Hellooooo Ms Robinson...................

After all the drama that incurred  the past 48 hours within our advocacy group, I figure it is time for me to get out the "big guns."  I didn't want to do it, but I am going to run this by you and see how you feel.  If you do not want to run it, I totally understand.  If you run it, surise me with the title.  I like the last one you came up with.

Ms. Mari Robinson is a guest speaker at the Code Blue Conference in Galveston, Texas which will be held in October. She wanted her investigators to have a Concealed Handgun License and requested Texas Governor Greg Abbott to allow her investigators not to be held accountable in case they shot someone by mistake. Does Ms.Robinson think doctors in Texas are so dangerous that she fears for her investigators lives? Does this woman think she is in Dodge City where she can enter doctors' offices without warrants and possibly do a "shoot em up" scenario and get away with it under tort reform which covers all the crap the few bad doctors in Texas are allowed to get away with and give the others a bad name? I was so friggin outraged when I read that PDF file I almost lost my lunch, and not in a good way. Now why in hell is a woman like that invited to a convention that will be filled with victims and loved ones of those who died? Why? Does any sane person think this piece of work will answer questions honestly when presented to her from victims who are at the conference? Ms. Mari Robinson has been the Director of the Texas Medical Board which is the most corrupt piece of sh*t in Texas since 2001. Am I the only one losing my rabid ass mind here, and has the world gone mad inviting a woman who is a part of the many reasons Texans are maimed or died, because the Texas Medical Board which is the first line of defense in getting rid of crappy doctors, failed to do their job?

Texas: Med Board lets DEA sneak peeks at patient records

H/T Cilla M

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Interesting rant. How did you come about your info? Does that change your stance on attending?

Marcie Jacobs said...

Wow, this is outrageous. I'm a victim of an iatrogenic injury and I want nothing to do with the Texas Medical Board. They are market participants that control the medical market in Texas and that means putting good doctors out of business and letting bad doctors get a free pass.

I honestly wish a doctor would sue her using the recently decided Supreme Court ruling in North Carolina Dental Board of Examiners v Federal Trade Commission. She and the state of Texas can be held liable for their anti-competitive behavior. This is outrageous, I am outraged and as a victim, I would never attend such an industry-friendly conference.

cheyanne said...

Having trial attorneys and a Director of The Texas Medical Board as guest speakers in a convention filled with victims of harm and families of those who died by preventable medical errors, is like putting the fox in the hen house. It is a slap in the face of all those who have been harmed and families who lost their loved ones in the medical community.

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