Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Depression Screening, Electronic Records & The IV Amendment

But 1st let's review Lawyers and Settlements for:

Throwing Billions Down A Psych Drug Rat Hole

"In 2008, the makers of psychiatric drugs raked in overall sales in the US of $14.6 billion from antipsychotics, $9.6 billion off antidepressants, $11.3 billion from antiseizure drugs and $4.8 billion in sales of ADHD drugs, for a grand total of $40.3 billion.

The successful peddling of these drugs is accomplished under the ruse of suicide prevention.Yet in 1987, the year Prozac was approved, and not coincidentally, the year the bogus epidemic in mental disorders began in this country, the number of suicides was 30,796, according to the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control.

In the latest year posted of 2006, after hundreds of billions of dollars were thrown down a psych drug rat hole, the number of suicides was 33,292."

The WSJ Health Blog has;

"To screen and treat patients with depression, a growing number of primary-care practices are turning to a model known as mental-health integration, working with behavioral-health specialists stationed right in the doctor’s office, the Informed Patient column reports today.

Kaiser Permanente, the large managed-care organization, was one of the early adopters of integrated mental-health care, which a decade of research has shown can treat depression symptoms and reduce total health-care costs better than usual care. But just embedding behavioral specialists with primary-care doctors isn’t enough, according to Don Mordecai, director of Mental Health Services for Kaiser Permanente of Northern California: the company’s early adoption of electronic medical records has been critical in its effort to track outcomes of depression screening and treatment.

“It’s hard if not impossible to follow thousands of patients with depression with paper records,” Mordecai tells the Health Blog. “Our EMR has revolutionized this process so it is easy to shift information” between primary-care doctors and mental-health specialists. After being screened for depression and starting treatment with an antidepressant, electronic records make it easy to track how patients are doing, and whether their medication or dose needs to be changed, he says." ..... ,

"It’s hard if not impossible to follow thousands of patients with depression,"

IF it's possible AT ALL, ... it needs to be Legislatively Corrected into being Impossible and Criminally Punishable whenever it Is Followed.

The 4th Amendment

“IV: The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”

Ripped off in 60 Seconds, Gone.

Here’s that 2006-2007 SF CBHS Organizational Provider Manual again.

It’s Not just the victims of the 'Mental Hygienists' who have their IV Amendment Rights Ripped Off in SF. It’s Everyone who goes to Any SFDPH ‘Integrated System’ of Federal Healthcare Billing Affiliates, whose Stunning Competence requires they be Hand Held by Program Managers (when their Only Raison D'Etre is on the line). Medi-Cal Recertification in SF.

Section 1:

BOTH Programs are Members of the DPH Safety Net:

And the Agency being asked for patient information is a:

And the patient’s health information being requested relates to:

f: other medical condition. (???)

Got Bunions? Heartburn? Dandruff?

IV Amendment?

“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated,”

The Patient's actual Rights do NOT MATTER, ..... because it was your Behavior which engendered those bunions. Therefore, you Need to be Psychiatrically Defrauded, Condemned and Drug Battered. America, ….. you Cannot surrender Inalienable Rights even if you Want to, ….. but Especially not to Any City’s DPH, whose pet SB 1953 $1.527 Billion Dollar Money Pit (see here) can't even Wash its Hands.

SFGH Trauma Center & Hand Hygiene

SFGH 2007-2008 Annual Report has:

Pg 6:

Developed the hand hygiene unit/department liaison in December 2007, to train a staff on each unit/department to conduct hand hygiene surveillance and to be a hand hygiene champion. Hand hygiene compliance has increased to 82% in July 2008 from a baseline of 42% in November 2007.”, ….
meaning that:

18% of these dirty handed ‘Caregivers’ Still proved impossible to House Train. …. at a Major Trauma Center where they deal with 2nd & 3rd degree burns and open skin breaks from compound fractures. But they Do have a pretty balloon in the yard, Right On The Cover, showing those hands that they couldn’t clean after taking their ‘Integrated’ dump, ….. so that makes it all better.

This type of behavioral pathology accounts in large part for the over ¾ million patient murders American medicine commits Every year. They don’t even care enough not to evacuate where they eat - because the Patient IS the food on their plate - and Pharmaceutically bought Legislation - which belongs in the porcelain closet where they Should have washed up after pulling the handle - keeps them All Exempt from Psychiatric Behavioral Stigma.

Welcome to the Motherlode of Constitutional Rape.

Black Bile.com

Any Doctor who admits to Any emotional Stress, ANY, at All, no matter What precipitated it, is Psychiatrically Condemnable as ‘Incurably Mentally Ill’ and bound by the 14th Amendment to surrender their license, cease practicing, swallow the Risperdal and register Themselves as Potential Homicidal Maniacs with the California State Police due to the Brain Damage and Behavioral Toxicity their ‘Safe & Effective’ ‘Standards of Integrated Care’ inflict on Everybody else, whom they Bill Medicare & Medicaid for.

See Also:

Drunken, Illiterate Doctors And Death By Medicine

Government Programs Cure Everyone Except The Patient

Doc Diversion In California: 5 Audits, 5 Strikes?

“My hypocrisy knows no bounds.”

Doc Holliday

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