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(KSDK St. Louis)   You call it drug diversion. I call it drug re-allotment   (ksdk.com) divider line
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2021-09-18 11:39:47 PM  
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2021-09-18 11:41:06 PM  
And yet, hospitals charge patients $100 per pill and BCBS won't cover it.
 
2021-09-18 11:41:26 PM  
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2021-09-18 11:43:16 PM  
Let's get our terms straight. Are we talking redistricting or reapportionment?
 
2021-09-18 11:52:37 PM  
Wonder how the heck they caught him after all this time.
 
2021-09-18 11:52:38 PM  
The pills were just resting in his locker?
 
2021-09-18 11:55:17 PM  
25 in 2 months?? Dude *literally* could've complained about tooth pain and gotten that. I've still got 20 oxys and 14 vicodin from a double-whammy wisdom tooth pull & surgery.
 
2021-09-18 11:55:43 PM  
I thought it would be Ivermectin
 
2021-09-18 11:59:07 PM  

Porous Horace: Let's get our terms straight. Are we talking redistricting or reapportionment?


He stole the pills.
 
2021-09-18 11:59:59 PM  
They are infringing on his freedoms.

/Dnrtfa
 
2021-09-19 12:00:18 AM  
Here in Kansas City, we had a doctor years ago who was making money by diluting the cancer-fighting medications he prescribed.

I worked in a law firm at the time, and one day rode up the elevator with two attorneys. I paid no attention to their conversation, until it ended with, "He's not sorry he did it, he's sorry he got caught."

People who dare do this to the patients under their care make me feel violent.
 
2021-09-19 12:20:52 AM  

Robinfro: 25 in 2 months?? Dude *literally* could've complained about tooth pain and gotten that. I've still got 20 oxys and 14 vicodin from a double-whammy wisdom tooth pull & surgery.


Oxycodone* aka percocet. Definitely not oxycontin which goes by oxy... Unless... they're from before the Casper report a decade ago when doctors were giving opiates meant for cancer patients and those with blood pressure raising/stroke risk amounts of pain to just anyone who stubbed their toe.

/yay epidemic
 
2021-09-19 12:46:31 AM  

JaqenHGhar: Robinfro: 25 in 2 months?? Dude *literally* could've complained about tooth pain and gotten that. I've still got 20 oxys and 14 vicodin from a double-whammy wisdom tooth pull & surgery.

Oxycodone* aka percocet. Definitely not oxycontin which goes by oxy... Unless... they're from before the Casper report a decade ago when doctors were giving opiates meant for cancer patients and those with blood pressure raising/stroke risk amounts of pain to just anyone who stubbed their toe.

/yay epidemic


Yup, just checked. Oxycodone. But still, he was taking hydrocodone. Pop into a dentist office in scrubs with your name badge on and say a patient punched you & a tooth hurts. At worst they'll tell ya to try Ora-gel & tylenol vs getting popped for theft & fraud & getting canned.
 
2021-09-19 12:59:38 AM  
Wait, maybe I don't understand modern nomenclature but isn't that called stealing
 
2021-09-19 1:06:13 AM  

Black_Lazerus: Wait, maybe I don't understand modern nomenclature but isn't that called stealing


It's industry speak for stealing.
 
2021-09-19 1:13:31 AM  
Painkiller abuse is pretty rife among nurses and caregivers in nursing homes. enough that when my mom was a CNA, she was under more aggressive drug testing than I was... and I'm a radiation safety worker (power plants, at that time).

Anyway, I figured out how to steal all the medication at the establishment she worked at. Laid it out to her. Could be done in less than five minutes. And I've never committed a theft in my life. She apparently went on to point out the security flaw and they made changes after.
 
2021-09-19 2:04:06 AM  

Trik: Wonder how the heck they caught him after all this time.


Impaired nurses are the ones whose patients are always in pain.
 
2021-09-19 2:32:50 AM  
When I was in the hospital after surgery, The nurse asked if I needed any pain meds. I told her that I was OK at the time. She disappeared. 3hours later the pain got very bad and I was begging for meds. My nurse never showed up. She tools 2 doses of my meds and charted that I had been given them. It's terrible when you are helpless and someone who is supposed to be taking care of you takes advantage of your pain.
 
2021-09-19 5:46:20 AM  

Robinfro: 25 in 2 months?? Dude *literally* could've complained about tooth pain and gotten that. I've still got 20 oxys and 14 vicodin from a double-whammy wisdom tooth pull & surgery.


That's about the stupidest thing I've heard here. 20 oxy? For oral surgery. Jesus Christ.
 
2021-09-19 5:50:35 AM  

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She didn't steal hers from patients, iirc...this guy is a special pos.
 
2021-09-19 5:54:50 AM  

Ringshadow: Painkiller abuse is pretty rife among nurses and caregivers in nursing homes. enough that when my mom was a CNA, she was under more aggressive drug testing than I was... and I'm a radiation safety worker (power plants, at that time).

Anyway, I figured out how to steal all the medication at the establishment she worked at. Laid it out to her. Could be done in less than five minutes. And I've never committed a theft in my life. She apparently went on to point out the security flaw and they made changes after.


Huh, explains my a sentence.
 
2021-09-19 7:26:54 AM  
FTFA: "Mattingly took three hydrocodone pills intended for the same Progress Port resident and replaced those pills with Tylenol, an over-the-counter medication at three separate locations."

Tylenol is only available at 3 locations?
 
2021-09-19 8:46:45 AM  

PunGent: MBooda: [Fark user image 850x594]

She didn't steal hers from patients, iirc...this guy is a special pos.


Nope, she just traded sex for drugs.
 
2021-09-19 9:59:19 AM  
Wow!  He's going to need those hydrocodone pills to get over the severe pain of that slap on the wrist.
 
2021-09-19 12:33:09 PM  
what a doof.  getting a felony for prescription level tylenol.....he probably could said he had an owwie and gotten that.....
 
2021-09-19 12:58:47 PM  

Ringshadow: she was under more aggressive drug testing than I was... and I'm a radiation safety worker (power plants, at that time).


Ok, Homer
 
2021-09-19 1:00:45 PM  
I was hoping the headline was about rationing healthcare away from vaccine refuseniks. Leaving disappointed.
 
2021-09-19 1:20:07 PM  

jaytkay: Ok, Homer


Homer is Reactor Operations.

I'm Radiation Protection.

Ops and RadPro are sworn blood enemies. Do NOT, man.
 
2021-09-19 2:14:09 PM  

Cafe Threads: Here in Kansas City, we had a doctor years ago who was making money by diluting the cancer-fighting medications he prescribed.

I worked in a law firm at the time, and one day rode up the elevator with two attorneys. I paid no attention to their conversation, until it ended with, "He's not sorry he did it, he's sorry he got caught."

People who dare do this to the patients under their care make me feel violent.


That greedy POS Courtney was a pharmacist (not a doc) that owned an already very profitable niche in the pharmacy world.
He shouldn't have needed the money.
Anyone who dilutes cancer meds....grrr.
 
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