Gil Mileikowsky, whistleblower

December 2008
HealthLeaders Magazine;Dec2008, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p33
The article profiles Doctor Gil Mileikowsky, the whistleblower on the case involving a patient whose fallopian tubes were removed without consent, named by the periodical "HealthLeaders" as one of the people who make healthcare better. Mileikowsky has campaigned for whistleblower protection for physicians on the federal level. According to Mileikowsky, his goal is to expose flaws in the entire system.


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