Ethical Doctor Practicing Ethical Medicine Reports 0/2000 Hospitalization Rate in Patients Treated for COVID-19
Houston Methodist Tried to Defame Ethical Physician on Twitter and Revoked Her Patient Privileges Claiming She Spread “Misinformation”. She Hired a Lawyer and Methodist’s Plan Blew Up in Their Face.
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Dr. Mary Talley Bowden, an Ethical Physician (ENT) who owns a private practice in Houston, Texas, was informed in mid-November by the press that her privileges to treat patients at Methodist Hospital had been revoked.
That same Ethical Physician at a press conference on Nov 17th revealed, using real world data:
- Due to early and aggressive treatment, 0/2000 of her patients she treated for COVID-19 had to be hospitalized.
- 30% of her patients use Ivermectin.
- Ivermectin is a safe, FDA-approved medicine.
- None of her patients taking Ivermectin reported any side effects.
Methodist hospital was the first hospital in the country to mandate vaccines, and she reported to the press that, according to the reports she has read, they are using her as an “example”. She reported that an online group was participating in her defamation, with false online reviews of her practice, as well as calls to report her to the medical board.
As far as being an example, I say, yes, Dr. Mary Talley Bowden is an example of the new Ethical Physician that we need to spread throughout allopathic medicine in a new culture of Ethical Medicine.
The Good Doctor had some questions for Methodist:
- Why do we not know how many breakthrough cases they have?
- Why do we not know how many patients who have been “vaccinated” have had side effects?
- Why do we not know a firm number of patients in the hospital who are “vaccinated”?
- The Good Doctor said Methodist needs to share all the data.
Dr. Bowden also demanded
- A return to protection of patient privacy
- Protection for physicians who question the “vaccine”
- Everyone’s right to bodily autonomy.
Talk about picking the wrong target: Due to the legacy press and neopress she has received, her practice is now booming. So it’s game on.
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Hospital payments include:
- A “free” required PCR test in the Emergency Room or upon admission for every patient, with government-paid fee to hospital.
- Added bonus payment for each positive COVID-19 diagnosis.
- Another bonus for a COVID-19 admission to the hospital.
- A 20 percent “boost” bonus payment from Medicare on the entire hospital bill for use of remdesivir instead of medicines such as Ivermectin.
- Another and larger bonus payment to the hospital if a COVID-19 patient is mechanically ventilated.
- More money to the hospital if cause of death is listed as COVID-19, even if patient did not die directly of COVID-19.
- A COVID-19 diagnosis also provides extra payments to coroners.
CMS implemented “value-based” payment programs that track data such as how many workers at a healthcare facility receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Now we see why many hospitals implemented COVID-19 vaccine mandates. They are paid more.
Outside hospitals, physician MIPS quality metrics link doctors’ income to performance-based pay for treating patients with COVID-19 EUA drugs. Failure to report information to CMS can cost the physician 4% of reimbursement.
Because of obfuscation with medical coding and legal jargon, we cannot be certain of the actual amount each hospital receives per COVID-19 patient. But Attorney Thomas Renz and CMS whistleblowers have calculated a total payment of at least $100,000 per patient.