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Albert Benavides spent twenty-five years as a revenue cycle management expert. He ran the ultra-complex medical billing operations that exist at some of America’s largest hospitals. At one point he managed the 4th-largest diagnostic laboratory in the country, and he also ran his own billing company for a while.
Albert is one of America’s foremost experts on how medical recordkeeping works, and that makes him also one of America’s foremost experts on the VAERS database. VAERS, you’ll remember, is the database of all the illnesses, ailments, and deaths that take place after somebody gets a vaccine in this country.
Albert has been doing the hard work of closely tracking the VAERS database and how it changes over time. And over the past two months, he says, there has been a dramatic amount of information deleted from the database. Overall, more than 12,500 records have vanished in the past nine weeks, including two thousand hospitalizations, a thousand permanent disabilities, and five hundred and fifty deaths.
Albert Benavides joins us to explain his findings in more detail.
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