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Obamacare's Patient-Dumping, Privacy-Meddling Scheme

darkcyder Wrote: May 16, 2012 3:31 PM
You left out one major point- the Gramm-Leach-Blyley act and HIPPA legislations prevent governent institutions from having access to citizen-specific data. I know this because I proposed an analytical package to the FBI one year prior to 911 that would could have prevented the attack. It used patterns in data to recognize trends, and mainly was to detect fraud. The FBI told me they specifically could NOT access private citizens data due to GLB, and HIPPA. If the FBI cannot have access to prevent fraud of Medicare/ Medicade, then what would allow some Obama regulators to have access?
gungy Wrote: May 16, 2012 3:58 PM
If any of that were true, you'd know how to spell "MediCAID."

The stench of Chicago cronyism over the White House just got fouler. Inhale this:

A shadowy $10 billion Obamacare agency with zero oversight just awarded first lady Michelle Obama's pet patient-dumping scheme at the University of Chicago Medical Center a $5.9 million taxpayer-funded grant. It will enable Mrs. Obama's cronies to build a government-sponsored electronic medical record-sharing system.

The Chicago program, known as the Urban Health Initiative, is run by one of President Obama's closest golfing buddies, scandal magnet Eric Whitaker, who has been entangled with Illinois corruption celebrities Rod Blagojevich and Tony Rezko over the past decade.