Leaked Documents Show US Doctors Were Financially Rewarded for Pushing the Covid Jab

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Millions of Americans were advised by their doctors to get “vaccinated” against COVID because doctors were receiving monetary payments for giving the jabs. A leaked document from Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield (BCBS) Medicaid shows how the health provider created a “COVID-19 Vaccine Provider Incentive program” to reward doctors for pushing covid jabs on their patients. There were two rounds of incentivized payments on Sept. 1, 2021, and the second on Dec. 31, 2021. The greater the percentage of Anthem members vaccinated for COVID, the higher the payments that reached as high as $250 per newly vaccinated patient.

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Millions of Americans were advised by their doctors to get “vaccinated” for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) – not because they actually care about their patients, mind you, but because they were bribed by health insurance companies to peddle as many jabs as possible in exchange for cash. A leaked document from Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield (BCBS) Medicaid shows how the health provider created a “COVID-19 Vaccine Provider Incentive program” to reward doctors for pushing covid jabs on their patients (source). Does this against their Hippocratic Oath?

“Getting vaccinated against COVID-19 is one of the best and safest ways people can protect themselves and their families against the virus,” Anthem Medicaid claims in the document’s opener.

“As a participating practice in the COVID-19 Provider Vaccine Incentive program, we recognize your hard work by offering incentives for helping patients make the choice to become vaccinated.”

Bad things happen when dispensing experimental drugs is incentivized.

In order to qualify for cash bribes from Anthem Medicaid, a physician must, in this particular case, be part of a participating Kentucky primary care provider that is allied with Anthem BCBS Medicaid and have a panel size of 25 or more members.

“All Anthem members identified as receiving COVID-19 vaccination services are included in the methodology,” the document states. “Vaccine results will be determined by a COVID-19 vaccine claim or by confirmation from the Kentucky Vaccine Registry.”

Anthem calculated the payments to be disbursed in two separate time periods: the first one on Sept. 1, 2021, and the second on Dec. 31, 2021. The greater the percentage of Anthem members vaccinated for covid, the higher the payments, according to the plan.

For each Anthem member vaccinated up to 30 percent of the member pool, a physician qualified to receive a $20 “bonus” payment. If a doctor can get more than 30 percent of Anthem members jabbed, he or she received $45 for each up to 40 percent; $70 for each up to 50 percent; $100 for each up to 60 percent; and $125 for each at 75 percent and beyond.

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Ed
Ed
10 months ago

Let’s not forget those EVIL hospitals too. Supposedly, hospitals receive $57K from medi-dont-care for each knee replacement performed. At this rate, if true, USA is on a crash and burn course

Ragnar D.
Ragnar D.
10 months ago

Sometimes a conflict of interest is subtle, for example, a physician who refers patients to a rehabilitation center owned by his brother. With the COVID shots, however, imagine some dumb simpleton approaching the doctor to tell him “You jab the patient, then I give you big bag of money! You jab lots of them then I give you EVEN BIGGER bag of money!” The physician will then rationalize it by thinking, “Yeah, the AMA, my hospital CEO, the insurance companies, and my colleagues are all saying that these shots are safe and effective anyway, so what’s wrong with making some… Read more »