Why Can’t We Just Forget About Medicine and Just Do Our Own Thing? Monopoly
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Tuesday, April 05, 2016 12:00 AM

For those who promote “Let’s forget organized medicine and just do our own thing,” what will you do about those who espouse the following policies?

Comment:  Organized medicine overtly states that non-physicians should not evaluate the professional practices of fully licensed physicians.  

Is it suitable that physicians seek to exclude "outsiders" from evaluating their own members? Do you really want them making the determination of what it is that you you are capable of, when the same courtesy is not to be afforded to you?

Monopoly:  the exclusive possession or control of the supply or trade in a commodity or service.

Excerpt:  AMA encourages medical staff peer review committees to consider excluding non-physicians when evaluating the professional practices of fully licensed physicians.

– Peer Review – Confidentiality in Medical Staff Peer Review, American Medical Association Policy H-375.993


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This is a weekly series excerpting from the American Medical Associations own published policies regarding “non-physicians”.  It will take nearly a year to complete.