The Need for Anti-Trust and OIG Investigation of Physician Health Programs

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By Michael Lawrence Langan, M.D.

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The Need for Anti-Trust and OIG Investigation of Physician Health Programs—Sunshine is the Best Disinfectant!

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One Response

  1. BORM attorney Deb Stoller’s “Fraud on the Court”‏

    Please take a look at the following post. Board attorney Deb Stoller has illegally withheld evidence of crimes committed by PHS for past 5 years. Multiple other doctors report similar. This is straightforward, easily proved, indefensible and unconscionable. Needs investigation.

    http://disruptedphysician.com/2015/12/12/massachusetts-board-of-registration-in-medicine-attorney-deb-stollers-fraud-on-the-court/

    Michael Lawrence Langan MD

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