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The Census Bureau keeps track of illegal immigrants?

yeh and they aren't allowed to report their findings to ICE :F


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I think your friend might need a refresher on proper patient confidentiality.

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I think your friend might need a refresher on proper patient confidentiality.

Mexicans deserve no patient rights! :usa2:

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I think your friend might need a refresher on proper patient confidentiality.

Mexicans deserve no patient rights! :usa2:


I believe in helping those that can't help themselves. We can't turn away medical needs of a dire nature, regardless of who it is. That then makes it incumbent upon us to work much harder to prevent illegal immigration. When it's illegal, and they invest nothing, and get everything, they have no respect for the culture, country or flag, and that's a fact. I find it ironic however that with all the hubbub here in the states over Illegal immigrant rights, as an illegal immigrant in almost every other nation in the world, especially Mexico, this issue never comes up..because they don't tolerate it...just a fact check.

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The Obama administration are on pace to deport more illegal immigrants in 4 years then Bush did in 8.

lol @ both libs and conservatives


links, proof, etc..etc..

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It was quoted at the beginning of that NPR piece I posted a link to. Not sure where they get their information, I'm sure they have citations available somewhere if you want to do the research.

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I think your friend might need a refresher on proper patient confidentiality.


I believe as long as he refers to her only as "The patient" he can discuss the details of the case as much as he likes so long as he does not identify her.

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und2006 wrote:
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I think your friend might need a refresher on proper patient confidentiality.


I believe as long as he refers to her only as "The patient" he can discuss the details of the case as much as he likes so long as he does not identify her.


Yep.


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it'd be cheaper. But since you bleeding hearts would cry about that, howzabout a simple deportation out of America?

The baby is an American, so no.


That's a great scam of a loophole they have figured out.

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No kidding.

Funny... That baby is just as much of American as you or me. Your family didn't originate here either...,


My Great Great grandparents tried immigrate to this country but tested postitive for TB and were sent back home.....Just saying.

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und2006 wrote:
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I think your friend might need a refresher on proper patient confidentiality.


I believe as long as he refers to her only as "The patient" he can discuss the details of the case as much as he likes so long as he does not identify her.



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father does not know she has any of this.


This was a no-no back in the days when I worked in health care. You did not discuss the status of non-patients in relationship to the patient's care.

Maybe that has changed (it's been 15 years), or maybe that was a local policy. We would not have been allowed to say anything more than "The testing status of the baby's father is unknown".

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beerbarian wrote:
und2006 wrote:
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I think your friend might need a refresher on proper patient confidentiality.


I believe as long as he refers to her only as "The patient" he can discuss the details of the case as much as he likes so long as he does not identify her.



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father does not know she has any of this.


This was a no-no back in the days when I worked in health care. You did not discuss the status of non-patients in relationship to the patient's care.

Maybe that has changed (it's been 15 years), or maybe that was a local policy. We would not have been allowed to say anything more than "The testing status of the baby's father is unknown".


But you have no way to know who the patient is, therefore the patient's confidentiality has not been compromised. Now, should they inform the baby's father of those results, which is not stated that they have or intend to, that would infringe upon confidentiality.

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 Post subject: Re: My friend's patient
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My oldest daughter is dating a Canadian. I told her not to get to serious as I don't want a bunch of little Canucks coming over for Christmas.

I'm your Huckleberry


One would think a professional hockey player making nice money would be acceptable :lol:


Well it would depend on if they said things like "aye" and called people "hosers". I'm not sure any amount of money is worth that. This guy isn't a hockey player anyway although his grandparents do own a massive ranch in Alberta he is in line to inheret. Of course it's in Alberta so that kinda diminishes the attraction.

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"aye"? Is he a Canadian pirate? :wink:

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unimsw wrote:
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I think your friend might need a refresher on proper patient confidentiality.

Illegal Mexicans deserve no patient rights! :usa2:


FTFY

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beerbarian wrote:
und2006 wrote:
beerbarian wrote:
I think your friend might need a refresher on proper patient confidentiality.


I believe as long as he refers to her only as "The patient" he can discuss the details of the case as much as he likes so long as he does not identify her.



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father does not know she has any of this.


This was a no-no back in the days when I worked in health care. You did not discuss the status of non-patients in relationship to the patient's care.

Maybe that has changed (it's been 15 years), or maybe that was a local policy. We would not have been allowed to say anything more than "The testing status of the baby's father is unknown".

The father is not a patient. The father is unaware about the state of disease of the mother. He is entitled to know the health of the baby. So the doctors have by the time of this writing alerted that the baby is infected with certain problems as a result of ... / potentially may have HIV.

The mother was not tested for HIV. She stated as much.

He's (a US citizen) probably really dumb but he may figure out that if his baby potentially has HIV, it can only get it from the mother. The testing status of the baby's father is indeed unknown...that was part of the point.

If you know you have HIV and have unprotected sex without alerting your partner, you should be prosecuted.


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beerbarian wrote:
und2006 wrote:
beerbarian wrote:
I think your friend might need a refresher on proper patient confidentiality.


I believe as long as he refers to her only as "The patient" he can discuss the details of the case as much as he likes so long as he does not identify her.



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father does not know she has any of this.


This was a no-no back in the days when I worked in health care. You did not discuss the status of non-patients in relationship to the patient's care.

Maybe that has changed (it's been 15 years), or maybe that was a local policy. We would not have been allowed to say anything more than "The testing status of the baby's father is unknown".

The father is not a patient. The father is unaware about the state of disease of the mother. He is entitled to know the health of the baby. So the doctors have by the time of this writing alerted that the baby is infected with certain problems as a result of ... / potentially may have HIV.

The mother was not tested for HIV. She stated as much.

He's (a US citizen) probably really dumb but he may figure out that if his baby potentially has HIV, it can only get it from the mother. The testing status of the baby's father is indeed unknown...that was part of the point.

If you know you have HIV and have unprotected sex without alerting your partner, you should be prosecuted.



Not acording to uni. She should be given the best care and treatment other peoples money can buy and then be granted automatic citizenship, put on every social program known to man and then collect SS Disability and a full pension from somewhere. Meanwhile the kid should have its education completely funded by all of those same other people until such a time as it is ready to collect welfare and SS Disability. Mexicans have rights you know.

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