What struck me as curious was how Washington state dealt with one case involving Medicaid fraud and risk of grave harm to patients as well as a massive effort to fabricate medical records. The nurse that led all these questionable activities was never investigated. This was political as she was an inside member of WSNA and therefore could do no wrong.
The accessory crime was failure on the part of the state's Medicaid fraud unit to not investigate this person who is still in practice in Whatcom County. The Nursing QA office also failed to investigate and prosecute her while attacking the complainant as part of the cover up.
The clear violation of basic due process rights was staggering.
Lately I have another Medicare issue related to something similar. I'm getting ready to contact the authorities in what seem to be like the case in this article. Pay-offs for prescribing.
Our members of Congress, gladly raking in money from the pharmaceutical industry, seem to keep attacking the wrong folks too.
Nero fiddles while Rome burns.