Doctor Loses License As New Hampshire Board Discovers Outdated System, Fight In Place

The New Hampshire Board of Medicine has revoked the license of 84-year-old Dr. Anna Konopka because she does not put her files in a computer that is connected to the state's system.

The New Hampshire Board of Medicine has revoked the license of 84-year-old Dr. Anna Konopka because she does not put her files in a computer that is connected to the state’s system.

The days of keeping an old fashioned, effective medical practice are apparently over. Dr. Anna Konopka of New Hampshire has had her medical license revoked after she refused to put all her patient’s information in the national registry. The 84-year-old physician has a loyal following among the New London community and surrounding towns because she does not over medicate patients and treats anyone.

Apparently though, that’s grounds for her license to be revoked according to Assistant Attorney General Lyn Cusack. She claims that Konopka’s request to have her license reinstated, after she was forced to surrender it, should be denied.

The reason stems from the Polish immigrant’s rejection of a computer system for her office. Standing in front of her filing cabinets, holding manila folders, she explained that her system has always worked fine.

After immigrating to America from Poland in 1961, the physician has always treated anyone who needs it, but the lack of computer has made the state revoke her ability to practice.

After immigrating to America from Poland in 1961, the physician has always treated anyone who needs it, but the lack of computer has made the state revoke her ability to practice.

She explained, “The …

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