The New York Post has a main headline story right now that is mis-titled: Trump doc says president’s men raided his office after he revealed use of hair growth drug.
I think a better title would have been “Blabbymouth former Trump doc violates patient confidentiality and gets fired.”
Back in early February 2017, Dr. Harold
Blabbymouth Bornstein shared some of Mr. Trump’s medical information with the New York Times.
Among the juicy tidbits he disseminated was the fact that he prescribed Propecia to Donald Trump to combat hair loss.
Which, by the way, violated Mr. Trump’s patient privacy.
I don’t know about you, but I don’t particularly want my doctor running to the New York Times – or anyone else — and discussing my patient information.
Now, here’s the irony.
After Dr. Blabbymouth got fired, three men came to gather Mr. Trump’s medical records.
And suddenly Dr. Blabbymouth was super upset because they did not provide a HIPAA release to gather his records.
This was a violation of Mr. Trump’s patient privacy, you see.
And Dr. Blabbymouth won’t stand for that!
Unless of course he’s the one doing it.
So, see if you can follow the bouncing ball.
Dr. Blabbymouth can go to the New York Times and share Mr. Trump’s private medical records without his consent.
But three men who come to collect the new President’s medical records at the behest of his new doctor is a bridge too far?
He’s kidding, right?
Said the ethically-challenged physician:
“I couldn’t believe anybody was making a big deal out of a drug to grow his hair that seemed to be so important. And it certainly was not a breach of medical trust to tell somebody they take Propecia to grow their hair. What’s the matter with that?”
What’s the matter with that?
Hmmm. Let me think.
It’s a breach of medical trust, you dimwitted buffoon!
With all due respect to President Trump, but I don’t think Dr. Blabbymouth is a shining example of his hiring only the best.
At least he had the sense to can his HIPAA-violating ass.
What I find remarkable about this story is Dr. Blabbymouth seems to think he was somehow a victim of some mob-like behavior.
Well, if my doctor violated my privacy the way Dr. Blabbymouth did, I would turn up at his office with a lawyer and some muscle too. And I wouldn’t leave until I had every last scrap of my medical history in my hands.
You’re not the victim here, dumbass.
But naturally the news media is more than happy to promote Dr. Blabbymouth as a victim. And why?
Well, for no other reason than to once again put in a headline that President Trump used a scrip to combat baldness.
You guys in the media suck as much as Dr. Blabbymouth.
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