My wife received the following post. At first blush, it seems too fantastic to be true. So I checked it out.
As shocking as it sounds, that post is absolutely true. Below are screenshots from the Blue Cross Blue shield 2016 Performance Recognition Program.
Under that program, if a pediatrician is able to convince 63% of the parents of children to receive the full schedule of the ten (10) listed vaccines prior to the child’s second birthday, the pediatrician will receive a $400 bounty per patient from Blue Cross Blue Shield. This is a perverse monetary incentive for pediatricians to push for childhood vaccines. By the way, this is only one of the incentive programs being run by one insurance company in Michigan. There are no doubt many others.
Incidentally, the post indicates that the pediatrician can make up to $40,000 per year from this program. That is just an example. There is, in fact. no limit under the program to the amount of money the pediatrician can make each year. For example, if the pediatrician has 200 patients meeting the Childhood Immunizations- Combo 10 program criteria, with a bounty of $400 per child, he could make $80,000 per year.
Indeed, the $80,000 per year figure is much closer to reality. In 1999, A research study was conducted of eighty-nine pediatric practices in 31 states involving 373 individual pediatric practitioners. The study found that “each practitioner cared for an average of 1546 patients” over a two-year period. That is an average of 773 patients each year. It was not a measure of office visits; it was a measure of individual patients treated regardless of the number of office visits. Thus, one patient visiting the office three times over the two-year period would be counted as a single patient. The study found that 27.4% of all pediatric patients were 2 years old or younger. Thus, on average, each pediatrician treated 211.8 (773 x .274 = 211.8) patients that were two years old or younger per year. That means that the average pediatrician can count on a bounty payout of approximately $84,720 per year from the Blue Cross Blue Shield Childhood Immunizations- Combo 10 program.
This is a monetary incentive for a pediatrician to maintain willful ignorance of vaccine dangers and conceal vaccine injuries while acting as shills pushing vaccines. The Pediatrician, who you would think should be looking out for the best interest of your child, has a monetary incentive to ignore the mountain of evidence that vaccines are both ineffective and dangerous to children. Now you know why there has been no push-back from pediatricians about the acceleration of vaccines being injected into infants. They are incentivized to be willfully ignorant bad doctors.
When you visit a pediatrician and find them pushing vaccines, you now know why. It has nothing to do with the well-being of your child. It has everything to do with money. “For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.” (1 Timothy 6:10)