PATIENT SAFETY ALERT: AN URGENT CALL TO ACTION
ALLIANCE FOR COMPLIANCE: AN URGENT CALL TO ACTION... NOW!
The most critical documents included a complicated consent form (informed consent for treatment) and several others regarding the assignment of benefits, insurance forms, HIPAA compliance, payment responsibility forms, and a few others.
I am waiting for my Celexa to be approved at the pharmacy, since Effexor was not covered. I have at least puncture wounds from at least 7 injections, cuts and bruises and abrasions that were not medically treated or evaluated during my stay.
In short, I need Geodon prior-authorization, med transport to pharmacy and medical transport to appt on Wednesday, 10am' Effexor prior authorization, a copy of my medical records from the psych unit ASAP, and do not feel I should have to pay $2.00/page for a copy. I had to pay $54 in cash for parking, and this is all I can type for right now. Maybe I'll write more on this later, maybe not..." Elyssa Durant, March 17th, 2009.
I have a primary care appointment scheduled for Wednesday, and must file more appeals. I have no fax machine and I am running low on gasoline. I am writing this email from my cell phone which is rather inefficient at best.
Please join me in an Alliance for Compliance to protect both individual rights, encourage medical compliance, and enhance patient safety, by letting you voice be heard.
Thank you all,
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