After the Storm; Shoring Up Safety

  I contacted E today to let her know what was going on and to ask that she tell the front desk people not to let this aid come back there in case she should pull this stunt again. I … Continue reading

Talk To The Hand; Narcissistic CNA Tries To Micromanage My OT Appointment

I notified E by phone of what had happened at the other office and told her I didn’t want the other OT’s opinion to influence her in any way, and she assured me it wouldn’t change the way the two … Continue reading

Living in The Wrong State for Treatment of Rare Conditions

Ever feel like you’re simply living in the wrong state to access the treatment you need for your condition? You may be right. There are lots of factors that enter into the equation which determine access to appropriate care; insurance … Continue reading

Two Years Later and Nowhere Closer-Another Doctor Refuses to Bridge The Gap

I haven’t written much here lately about how things have been going as far as getting to Vanderbilt Autonomic Clinic, because I was under the impression that it was just a matter of time and having my current GP fill … Continue reading

The Problem With Medical Licensing Boards; The Sacred Cow Factor

A Georgia primary care doctor was still allowed to practice even after admitting to committing  3 sexual assaults upon patients in the process of his work. Dr. Harry McDonald was interviewed by journalist, Leighton Rowell of Channel 2 Action News … Continue reading

Larry Nassar Conviction and Sentencing; A Landmark Precedent-Setting Case for the Medically Abused

A well-known and respected Olympic doctor, Larry Nassar, was recently charged and convicted of numerous counts of sexual assault against his patients, mostly teenaged girls at the time of the incidents, some younger and some who are now college-age. It … Continue reading

Medical Identity Theft; Patients Placed at Risk Due To Outdated Security Measures

Did you know that your “confidential” medical information is worth 10 times more than your credit card number? Yes, there is much more to fear than just losing your name, address, and social security number. Recently I was notified by … Continue reading

UK Man Exposes Pattern of Patient Blacklisting and “Violent Patients Scheme” to Divert Patients Who Disagree with their GPs

  Often medical blacklisting is done in more insideous ways and rarely in the literal sense of the word do you find it as a physical list. Blacklisting deniers commonly use this as a reason to doubt that such things … Continue reading

2017 Emory Electronic Records Security Breach; Why Patients Should Have The Right to Restrict Access To Their Medical Information

Yesterday I received a letter from Emory Healthcare notifying me that there had been a security breach affecting patients’ electronuc medical records and that I was one of the people affected. Two years ago after defamatory statements had been written … Continue reading