painyJoin us live, January 27th, 2013 at 7:00pm CST!

5:00pm PST6:00pm MST7:00pm CST … 8:00pm EST

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Beverly Newman, Elder Advocate, Florida, will be co-hosting this show.

This evening we will be discussing one of the newest booming medical industries; the Hospitalist and why you should avoid them at all costs in most cases.

Beverly will be discussing the Sarasota, Florida, sheriff department efforts to have people admitted to hospitals sign total waivers on their constitutional rights and their right to medical privacy.  All of this just in time for the one-sided crackdown on prescription drug users.  Of course no real effort will be expended to go after the manufacturers and distributors. And there certainly will not be any action taken against Doctors who prescribe chemical restraints for the elderly using drugs prohibited for use on the elderly.

This would be particularly handy in the case of elder abduction at the hands of professional predators.  Not knowing what they were signing, they could actually be facilitating their own waiver of rights in every area….and would be declared incompetent immediately afterwards.

The law enforcement coding/billing system and the answer to why law enforcement will not report or respond to reports of abuse, kidnap and neglect of elderly individuals committed by professional predators.

Lots to talk about!  We will be taking calls if you have something to add!


Back in October, the Sarasota Herald-Tribune reported that the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office had written privacy waivers (“Authorization for Release of Protected Health Information”) and asked 30 pain clinics throughout the county (politely, I’m sure) to slip the waivers into the stack of forms new patients must sign the first time they seek treatment. If the patient signed the form, the sheriff’s office could obtain their records without a warrant.


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