She was also concerned to discover that Planned Parenthood would require her and other non-medical staff to perform transvaginal ultrasounds. It helps if you've run a joystick because it's a lot like playing a video game,'" Thayer recalled.
Thayer was also worried about the so-called "off-label" use of RU-486, the abortion medication that Planned Parenthood uses.
The efficiency also allows Planned Parenthood to achieve greater cost-savings, Thayer said.
It also increases the productivity of its small pool of abortion doctors.
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Planned Parenthood touts the new procedure as a way to more efficiently deliver healthcare to rural women.
"The staff was instructed to say, 'We can take care of that problem today,' 45 minutes in and out," Thayer recalled.
It shows a wide angle stretching from the tip of the Refuge slopes on the right sideto the Jabal Dib chairlift on the left."They're having to come up with creative ways to increase and leverage the doctors they do have who will do abortions," Dr.Charmaine Yoest, president of Americans United for Life (AUL), told CBN News.These abortions are a type of telemedicine that allow a doctor to visit with a patient remotely and then dispense abortion pills using a computerized medicine cabinet.In another clinic, the patient takes one pill to kill her unborn child and then takes another at home to expel it.
"The way this drug, RU-486, was approved from the FDA was that it required three doctor visits.