Patients At Risk – Podcast2021-11-02T12:57:57+00:00

Investigative journalist Eric Starkman discusses the dangers of corporate healthcare and ‘MD Lites’

September 22nd, 2021|

We are joined by Eric Starkman, an investigative journalist who works to shed light on dangerous corporate practices in healthcare. Mr. Starkman is relentless [...]

Betty’s Story: A father’s plea for NP accountability after the death of his daughter (Part 2)

September 19th, 2021|

Seven-year-old Betty died just 15 hours after she was evaluated by a pediatric nurse practitioner at a pediatric urgent care without any physician on [...]

Health system hijacking of ‘Doctors’ Day’ another step towards false equivalence among clinicians

September 15th, 2021|

One of the ways that corporations have been successful in replacing physicians with lesser-trained medical practitioners is by creating a sense of equivalence so [...]

Betty’s Story: 7-yr old dies just hours after evaluation by pediatric NP – Part 1

September 12th, 2021|

Many critics of Physicians for Patient Protection accuse us of exaggerating the risks that patients face when physicians are replaced by lesser trained members [...]

Board of Nursing vs Board of Medicine: A case study of nurse practitioner ‘Rock Doc’ Jeffrey Young

September 8th, 2021|

One of the differences between physicians and nurse practitioners is that physicians are regulated by a state Board of Medicine, while in most states, [...]

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