Case reports need to be improved. A lot. Fine. And yes, of course it would be nice if we could afford medical professionals. You may think there are fat paychecks for all, but in many places, including here in Oregon, we have absolutely no budget at all for paying for perfusionists. Same goes for CI. Alcor and SA do indeed hire medical professionals, and they have problems with conflicting schedules even when they try to have backups available.
You saw some things at SA three years ago that you didn't like. But it's quite a stretch to generalize that to the current situation or to other cryonics organizations. Even if treatment is a thousand miles behind where it should be, there is no easy solution for getting from here to there. The owners of SA will pay for what they want and the rest of us should not have any say in that. It's not our company. It's ludicrous to call their spending choices unethical when it's not even your company.
Let's aay they decide to stop offering services at all, something which you would apparently support. No services are better than mediocre services? Seriously? So CI should just shut down because we can't provide "medical" services that are up to your standards?