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April 22, 2009


Al Neustadter

No surprise as far as the State of Maryland is concerned. I provided the Maryland Board of Physicians and its sister agency the Office of Health Care Quality with compelling evidence that my father was abandoned and allowed to die at a Maryland hospital, yet neither agency has seen fit to even question the doctors involved, much less hold them or the hospital accountable. OHCQ, the more communicative of the agencies, went as far as to tell me that the legislature does not want them regulating hospitals too aggressively.

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