posted on Mar, 29 2012 @ 01:34 PM
This is a very disturbing story. I’m quite certain there are many instances like this going on all over America. The big question to ask
Our health care system is in shambles. Many doctors are preparing for the inevitable down fall due to Obama Care coming into the picture. Once Obama
Care takes effect, what incentives will doctors have in order to give the good care people need?
With all the abuse taking place with pain meds, I can see how some doctors become hesitant to help people in need when it comes to pain. This person
had gone to two other hospitals prior to this hospital. My question is… why she didn’t go back to the same hospital to get care? It could very
well be that she was trying to get a different opinion as to what was going on with her. But many hospitals see this as a red flag. Some might think
she was shopping for pain meds. I have MS, and have to take large quantities of pain meds to get me thru my day. With everything I take, I could
easily sell my meds for a good $6,000 a month. I’m very grateful I have a doctor who understands my pain, but there are many doctors who are very
hesitant to prescribe such. Not only are people strapped for moneys these days due to the economy, but many are using the pain meds as a way to cope
with all the stresses of life. Overdosing is also an issue. Death due to overdosing is at any all-time high.
I do believe the hospital is negligent in this case, but it seems like there is more to the story than what we know. Could it be that she had been
there other times for pain issues? Other things not associated with her leg?
If there is one thing I’ve learned over the years, is that we never get all the facts to any one story. My friend got arrested two months ago when
he went to his bank to close his account. When he ask to withdraw his $4,000 dollars he had, the bank refused to do so because they said they didn’t
have the funds. He said he wasn’t going to leave until they did so. I won’t go into the full details, but the news said he got physical with one
of the tellers. They local news took the story and blew it out of proportion. After the police looked at the bank video recording, they realized that
none of that ever took place. Point being….Don’t trust anything you read in an article, and don’t put faith in anything the MSM has to say. My
friend now has a law suit against the bank.
edit on 29-3-2012 by Propulsion because: (no reason given)