Whenever I see the stories about mandating vaccines for health care workers, the one thing that always comes to mind is the 2019 NSCAI document. It called for overhauling the US economy (by extension, we can conclude the Western world) with AI and getting rid of “legacy systems” such as the ability to see a doctor in-person. So I believe that by doing this, beginning with the lower rungs, you get people to transition to tele-medicine…..after the nurses have walked off their jobs ofcourse. It’s all calculated, otherwise how else would the transition happen?
"Chief among the troublesome “structural factors” highlighted in this presentation are so-called “legacy systems” that are common in the U.S. but much less so in China. The NSCAI document states that examples of “legacy systems” include a financial system that still utilizes cash and card payments, individual car ownership and even receiving medical attention from a human doctor. It states that, while these “legacy systems” in the US are “good enough,” too many “good enough” systems “hinder the adoption of new things,” specifically AI-driven systems.
And this is just one of the results of the move to 'tele-medicine' [the comments section includes many similar stories]:
Jessica Brady, 27, from Stevenage in Hertfordshire, passed away from liver cancer in December after a series of virtual appointments over the course of five months failed to spot her tumour.
From the reports I've read, this is happening all over the UK specifically with NHS GP's as opposed to private GP's. Oddly enough, dentists and opticians did face-to-face appointments throughout the 'pandemic', as did doctors/nurses at hospitals, but many NHS GP's are even now still refusing to open their practices and see patients.
It is disgusting and despicable to read the resulting horror stories of people with cancer, diabetes, and other life-threatening illnesses not be able to even get a phone appointment for MONTHS. The backlog of patients needing urgent care is estimated to be YEARS on a wait list. This is evil, and it deeply disturbs and angers me.
The NHS has been broken for decades, and even right before covid people complained about not being able to see a doctor. The forced move to telehealth during covid, though, seems like a co-ordinated effort. There is no explanation other than GP's are literally killing their own patients through lack of giving a crap - or working towards an agenda. To add insult to injury, Boris just gave them all a pay raise... on the tax payers' dime.