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  • The Scriptorium

    1/27/2009

    Obama “stimulus” to create electronic medical records for every American

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 8:13 pm

    Without much coverage from the media, and no mention of it from the President or Congress, Obama’s “stimulus” plan contains a provision to force every single American to submit their medical records to a government controlled electronic medical records database. There would be no way to opt out, because choice is only a good thing if you want to murder a baby.

    Some of you may not have a problem with hundreds of thousands of agencies having access to information about your health, mental health records, whether you’ve been an obedient patient or not, and more. Most Americans, however, probably don’t want every detail of their medical history accessible to millions of people. Personally, I don’t want the Federal Government keeping that kind of information about me in a database, because I don’t trust our government to use it responsibly, especially with rabid supporters of the culture of death now in power. Pelosi’s population control plans could take on a whole new direction with that kind of information at her fingertips. It’s happened before in this country, and that was before God was kicked out of our government, schools, and the public square.

    Judging by the drooling and groveling going on in meetings between Obama and leaders in the GOP, we can’t count on them to stop this power grab without an uprising from their constituents. Everyone should be writing their representatives in Congress, and calling, or faxing if possible. They need to know we don’t want this, and that there must, at the very least, be a provision for people to opt out of the system if they have concerns about privacy.

    Read the details here.

    A little-discussed provision in President Obama’s economic stimulus plan would demand that every American submit to a government program for electronic medical records
    without a choice to opt out, and it has privacy advocates more than a little alarmed.

    Patients might be alarmed, too, privacy advocates said, if they realized information such as documentation on abortions, mental health problems, impotence, being labeled as a non-compliant patient, lawsuits against doctors and sexual problems could be shared electronically with, perhaps, millions of people.

    Sue A. Blevins, president of the Institute for Health Freedom, said unless people have the right to decide “if and when” their health information is shared, there is no real privacy.

    “President Obama has pledged to advance freedom,” she said. “Therefore the freedom to choose not to participate in a national electronic health-records system must be upheld.” …..

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    2. Jesus is Lord, A Worshipping Christian’s Blog » Blog Archive » Little Known Part of Stimulus Plan; Feds to Take Your Medical Records Says:

      [...] health care, involuntarily seizing all the medical records would be the first place to start. Jennifer Rast over at the Scriptorium has this to say: Without much coverage from the media, and no mention of it from the President or Congress, [...]