“Plague Of Corruption” – What Happened To Judy Mikovits Was Just Part of A Pattern…

But The World Is Waking Up To The Scam…

Opinion By “Deplorable” Consumer Advocate Tim Bolen

It is awful what happened to Dr Judy Mikovits over her health care discoveries.  That should never happen, and in a perfect world it would not.  However, the world we live in is far from perfect.  The “Health Care” world is only “perfect” for those that abuse it – and THEY are legion.

What happened to Judy Mikovits happens EVERY DAY somewhere in America to someone, or some group that has tried to step away and create a better offering and/or a better system.  Why?  There is a complete system in place to protect the HIGHLY PROFITABLE and almost completely useless, US Health Care system.  It is very much run like a CIA PsyOps operation.

The “Vaccine Issue” which the extremely powerful “Anti-Vaxxer” Movement goes nose-to-nose with, is, in fact, just a small part of the whole scheme to control US, and hence all of Planet Earth’s health care offering in favor of drugs, drugs, and more drugs.

But, in 2020, with Donald Trump as our President, things are happening.  Things that scare the living shit out of Globalist Big Pharma and their sleazy minions.

Presidential Election 2020 REALLY IS “Big Pharma vs Trump” in every possible way.  Yes, China is a big player, but Globalist Big Pharma is providing the money.

In Election 2020 put your money on Trump.  Donald has told Globalist Big Pharma, in no uncertain terms “You want to do business in America, then you are going to make your products in America, not China…”

When “Impeachment” did not work, and the “Covid-19” bullshit failed. Big Pharma trotted out their “Vaccine damaged” millenials who, with their damaged brains,  easily took to looting and burning.  As we are finding out in the unmasking of the ANTIFA groupies the looting, and burning, participants have mental parts missing…

I am going to give you some highlights of how it all works…

For instance in a BolenReport section called “Call to Action” you’ll find a short summary outlining the myriad problems faced by innovators in US Health Care.  If you think the Judy Mikovits story was wild, you are going to swallow your tongue in the realization that there are WORSE situations created by virtually the SAME group of people like Anthony Fauci.  Just below is one of those:

Like this clip from “Call to Action”  –  (Pay close attention to the red highlighted section below):

“(2)  The government agencies we have put in place to regulate health care have turned against us.

Those agencies are working for the very industries they were supposed to regulate, not the American people.

For instance, the US Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is the parent of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the National Institute of Health (NIH).

DHHS has 11 operating divisions, including eight agencies in the U.S. Public Health Service and three human services agencies. These divisions administer a wide variety of health and human services and claim to conduct  life-saving research for the nation, protecting and serving all Americans.

But, the 2016 reality is quite different.  They are ALL just another division of Big Pharma.

(a)  Our DHHS approved US Billing Coding System SIGNIFICANTLY raises health care costs.

There are five million (5,000,000) legitimately operating health professionals in the United States.   Over two dozen categories of US health professions, representing over two million of that five million, are allowed by law, to bill directly for their services.

But the US Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has only authorized  billing codes used for Medicare, Medicaid, and the health insurance industry, that are developed by, and for, MDs – and NO OTHERS.

Worse, the majority of these MD codes represent THE MOST EXPENSIVE, DANGEROUS, and INVASIVE procedures available which are also, frequently, THE LEAST EFFECTIVE.

There are NO CODES, or inadequate billing codes, to process healthcare claims provided by the over four million health professionals who aren’t practicing conventional (Big Pharma) MD medicine.   How do these practitioners stay in business when they can’t bill?  They either work under an MD physicians (gatekeepers), their patient’s pay cash, or their care is capped by small annual dollar or visit limits – and no data is available on the cost-effectiveness of their care. 

For a complete explanation of that problem go here.”

In the 2007 article I linked to just above…

I explained the horror of the reality of DHHS, the FDA, the CDC and how they fail at managing US Health Care.  NOTHING has changed since that 2007 article…

“Obviously, if we had codes available that reflected ALL billed care from ALL health professions, we could make comparisons about what is and what isn’t cost-effective.

Not only are currently available codes limited to procedures provided or directed by medical doctors, but these medical codes are further limited to services “approved” by the AMA – which does not recognize services that other qualified caregivers legally and effectively provide.  Leaving the AMA to decide what’s good in osteopathy, chiropractic, massage therapy, physical therapy mental health, etc.  –  health practices they have no knowledge of, or training in – is like putting the fox in control of the hen house.

MDs have over 8,000 codes to use for billing while the government and the AMA dole out a few token codes to osteopaths, nurses, chiropractors, acupuncturists, massage therapists, etc.  Obviously, we need a complete set of codes for all professions, written BY THOSE PROFESSIONS, so they can bill directly for their services and compare their costs and outcomes to MD outcomes.

So, let me say this again. We get very limited access to those 4,300,000 less expensive health professionals because of codes.  So, our costs go through the roof – day by day.  Worse, only those existing codes are available to track what’s happening in health care – making it appear that ONLY MD health care is of any consequence.

Get the idea?

How it works – DHHS contracts for jointly developing billing codes with the American Medical Association (AMA), which owns the rights to Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes.  DHHS consults with no other professional organization except the AMA.  They ONLY work with AMA staff.  Nobody else, no other health practitioner category is represented at DHHS.

The AMA doesn’t charge DHHS anything for the use of the CPT codes, but gets to charge a bundle for the use of their codes to the health care industry. Use of CPT Codes is the largest source of income for the AMA – towering above membership dues.  Everybody has to pay to use them:  Doctors, insurance companies, hospitals, etc… over 70 million dollars ($70,000,000) a year  in 2001 – probably twice that in 2007.

Those licensed and qualified practitioners who have NO CODES, or inadequate codes, and no representation at DHHS, include Behavioral Health Professionals, Osteopaths, Chiropractors, Homeopaths, Nurses, Pharmacists, Physical Therapists, Naturopaths, Acupuncturists, Nutritionists, Dieticians, Massage Therapists, Midwives, Occupational Therapists, Optometrists,  Alternative Medicine Practitioners, and more – over 2,300,000 of them.

Let me help you let that soak in – 2.3 million licensed, legitimate health care providers in the US have NO CODES or INADEQUATE CODES to bill Medicare, Medicaid, and/or the rest of health insurance payors.

And another two million other legitimate non-licensed health care providers (Registered and Vocational Nurses, Sports Therapists, Herbalists, Traditional Naturopaths, Spiritual Counselors, Reflexologists, Curunderas, Native American Healers, etc.) have NO CODES to effectively document what they do.

Important – Eighty percent of health care costs, nationwide are “non-critical care” issues not requiring medical (MD) intervention, but the current system forces those patients to seek care from the highest price health care providers (MDs) first, and makes MDs gatekeepers for all other health care providers – even though those health providers are allowed, and encouraged, by Federal law, to operate independently (and more cost-effectively).

So, because of a “sweet deal” between the AMA and current DHHS management, in defiance of the US Congress, only 14% of US health care providers have codes to report services to Medicare, Medicaid, or other insurance. 

Eighty-six percent (86%) cannot.”

You should read the whole article linked here.

Hardly ANYONE knows this story even exists.  But now YOU do.

Kent and Judy with their Best-Selling book “Plague of Corruption” showed everyone the tip of the iceberg.  Now we’ll show you the rest – a little here, and a little there…

Stay tuned…

Opinion By “Deplorable” Consumer Advocate Tim Bolen

3 thoughts on ““Plague Of Corruption” – What Happened To Judy Mikovits Was Just Part of A Pattern…”

  1. The core issue here is “provider nondiscrimination.”

    The Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare), Section 2706(a), prohibits insurers from discriminating against healthcare providers who are acting within their legal scope of practice. This law was not changed with the “repeal” of the Obamacare tax.

    The Affordable Care Act (ACA, or Obamacare) amended the Public Health Services Act (PHS) by adding section 2706(a).

    PHS Act section 2706(a), as added by the ACA, provides that a “group health plan and a health insurance issuer offering group or individual health insurance coverage shall not discriminate with respect to participation under the plan or coverage against any health care provider who is acting within the scope of that provider’s license or certification under applicable state law.”

    The Federal government’s CCIIO office states:

    “The statutory language of PHS Act section 2706(a) is self-implementing and the Departments do not expect to issue regulations in the near future. PHS Act section 2706(a) is applicable to non-grandfathered group health plans and health insurance issuers offering group or individual health insurance coverage for plan years (in the individual market, policy years) beginning on or after January 1, 2014.

    Until any further guidance is issued, group health plans and health insurance issuers offering group or individual coverage are expected to implement the requirements of PHS Act section 2706(a) using a good faith, reasonable interpretation of the law. For this purpose, to the extent an item or service is a covered benefit under the plan or coverage, and consistent with reasonable medical management techniques specified under the plan with respect to the frequency, method, treatment or setting for an item or service, a plan or issuer shall not discriminate based on a provider’s license or certification, to the extent the provider is acting within the scope of the provider’s license or certification under applicable state law. This provision does not require plans or issuers to accept all types of providers into a network. This provision also does not govern provider reimbursement rates, which may be subject to quality, performance, or market standards and considerations.

    The Departments will work together with employers, plans, issuers, states, providers, and other stakeholders to help them come into compliance with the provider nondiscrimination provision and will work with families and individuals to help them understand the law and benefit from it as intended.”


    The key here is that phrase, “expected to implement the requirements …using a good faith, reasonable interpretation of the law.”

    That means whether the Insurance Carriers are using fair and reasonable insurance coding, acting in “good faith” is a question for the Jury. Such a lawsuit could change everything…

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