Service statute, in Title 42 Chapter 6A to Chapter 1, to repeal




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Hospitals & Asylums

Public Health Department

To amend Chapter 9 Hospitalization of Mentally Ill Nationals Returned From Foreign Countries by transferring the contents to Article 6 of Chapter 4, to transfer Public Health Service statute, in Title 42 Chapter 6A to Chapter 1, to repeal 42USC(1)A§26, to market generic antibiotics Over-the-counter, to trade for a sample of the new broad spectrum antiviral DRACO, to limit inflation in health care costs to 3% annually, to limit federal medical spending to $784 billion in FY 2012 calculating 3% annual growth since F Y2008, to change the name of the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) to the Public Health Department (PHD) on the condition that an Education Division (ED) to the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) be created to secure toxic laboratory supplies, to change the name of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Office of Diversion Control to the Drug Evaluation Agency (DEA) and transfer it to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), to change the name of the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to Social Work Administration (SWA), to change the trademark of the Centers for Medicare, Medicaid & SCHIP (CMS) to National Health Insurance (NHI), to terminate payments for psychiatric hospitalization, and psychiatry in general that needs to be terminated as a medical degree, and pay for social work and group homes for recovery from mental and physical illness, to recuse all lawyers from Administrative Law Judgeships (ALJ) and employ either licensed social workers or physicians in their place, to transfer NHI and all other Mandatory Benefits Programs to the management of the Social Security Administration (SSA), to finance Children’s Health Insurance with 100% of the proceeds of the Attorney General Master’s Tobacco Settlement, to limit medical costs by enabling patients to refuse to pay for abusive, involuntary, overpriced and/or unnecessary treatment, to settle ethical grievances and buy patient research, to salary health professionals so they would provide services to the public for free, to improve epidemiological statistics, to require medical ethics committees be employed by all health institutions and redistribute wealth to patients, to limit medical residency rotations to less than 60 hours a week, to reduce payments to high paid specialists and promote family practice capping physician salaries around $100,000, to prohibit the abuse of bio-medical laboratory supplies, and to ban tans-fat.


Be the 111th Congress and the Democratic and Republican (DR) disease party Dissolved, Referred to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)


1st Draft 2 Aug. 2005, 2nd 7 April 2006, 3rd 7 April 2007, 4th 9 Aug. 2007, 5th 26 September 2009, 6th 28 August 2011 for unveiling the Martin Luther King Jr. statue


Art. 1 Mission


§321 Legitimate Purpose

§322 Medical Progress

§323 Public Health

§324 Global Health

§325 Privacy Rights


Art. 2 Medical Ethics


§326 Ethical Review of Family Practice

§326a Opinion 10.07 Caregiving for Children, Elders and the Disabled

§326b Opinion 10.08 Social Work, the Psychiatric Inheritance

§326c Opinion 10.09 Family Law: Maiden Name, Support and Probate Avoidance

§326d Opinion 10.10 Comp. for Torture, Biological Experimentation and Work

§327 Hippocratic Oath

§328 International Code of Medical Ethics

§329 AMA Code of Medical Ethics

§330 Patient Rights

§331 Rights of Persons with Disabilities

§332 Counsel Against Euthanasia and Abortion

§333 Prescriptions of Law

§334 Malpractice Liability

§335 Product Liability

§336 Medical Education


Art. 3 Laboratory Security


§337 The Crime of Bioterrorism

§338 Biosecurity and Biosafety

§339 Nuremburg Code

§340 Institutional Ethics Committee

§341 Pathogen Patent Protection


Art. 4 Epidemics



§342 Epidemiology

§343 Mental Health

§344 Genetic Disease

§345 Virology

§345a HIV/AIDS

§346 Cancer

§347 Bacteriology

§348 Cadiovascular Disease

§349 Diabetes

§350 Respiratory Infection

§351 TB, Malaria and Tropical Diseases

§351a Polio, Plague and Smallpox


Art.5 International Standards


§352 International Health Regulation §353 International Classification of Diseases §354 International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health §355 Codex Alimentarius

§356 Conference on the Metric System of 1875 (CMS)



Art. 6 International Organisation


§357 Constitution of WHO

§358 World Health Organization

§359 Director General

§360 Executive Board §361 Health Assembly §362 WHO Regional Offices

§363 International Narcotics Control Board

§364 International Committee of the Red Cross §365 International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

§366 International Humanitarian Law

Art. 7 National Affiliates

§367 American Medical Association

§368 Health Committees

§369 Department of Agriculture

§370 Environmental Protection Agency

§371 State and County Boards of Health §372 National Association of Medical Examiners


Art. 8 Public Health Department


§373 Public Health Service

§374 Office of Secretary

§375 Office of the Surgeon General

§376 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

§377 Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

§378 Food and Drug Administration

§379 Drug Evaluation Agency

§380 National Institutes of Health

§381 National Library of Medicine

§382 Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

§383 Health Resources and Services Administration

§384 Program Support Center

§385 Indian Health Services

§386 Administration on Aging

§387 Administration for Children and Families §388 Social Work Administration

Art. 9 Health Economics


§389 Health Care Finance

§390 Health Insurance

§391 History of Health Insurance

§392 National Health Insurance

Art. 10 First Aid


§393 Cardio Pulmonary Rescuscitation

§394 Midwives and Maternity Care

§395 Immunization

§396 Fractures, Dislocations and Bandaging §397 Traditional Medicine

§398 Active Aging

§399 Diet, Exercise and Hygiene

Fig. 9-1: Mandatory Benefit Program Spending (2008-2012)

Fig. 9-2: DHHS Spending 2008-2012 (in millions of US dollars)
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