Why do doctors have to be paid for saving human lives? Why can’t doctors save human life free of cost?

Answer by Brett Snodgrass:

Some do. I tried to go overseas to help fight Ebola for free. Yet the Missouri Medical Board reprimanded me before the Honorable Judge for reporting months of unsafe breast cancer care in the UMKC Pathology Department. The UMKC Pathology Department lied to the ACGME Home claiming that UMKC
1. Often document the ischemic time. (The Truth: UMKC never documented the ischemic time January to June 2011, and I am shocked that they even made up such a lie to the ACGME).

2. The Ischemic time for lumpectomy specimens is always less than 30 minutes.  (rarely true if ever; Neither the ACGME, nor the Missouri Board of Registration for the Healing Arts ever reviewed the surgical pathology reports at Truman Medical Center-Hospital Hill at 2301 Holmes Street, 2nd Floor- Pathology Department, Kansas City, MO 64108. Nonetheless, the medical board called me a liar before the honorable Judge and they did this at the expense of patient safety. I have blogged more about the UMKC Pathology Breast Cancer Scandal of 2011 elsewhere. In summary, the answer to your question is

1. Some do.
2. Corruption.
3. Greed.

Kind regards,
-Brett Snodgrass

Why do doctors have to be paid for saving human lives? Why can't doctors save human life free of cost?

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