It probably does initially appear that state regulatory agencies such as the Arizona Board of Nursing & the Arizona Medical Board, not to leave out state attorney Bar association and the Az Ombudsman over review, are within the rules that protect the public. Nothing could be further from the truth. As economic failures of mass proportions continue to plague the major corporations of health care providers, our state governing agencies continue to ‘Fix’ cases to look good in the eyes of the public. The nurse Vaught expose of Tn reveals that what matters isn’t quality care but caring for the money train. Are there more similar cases? Does this happen in Arizona? Of course it does, and can start with the AZBN presentation of complaints against a nurse as behavior of nurse, in many cases, misses the real mark of bad behaviors as it involves bad physicians, nurses who really are fake nurses, Attorney Generals office violating state laws, Ombudsmen who represent stupidity, Administrative Law court judges illegal findings, and all roads to the ‘Fix’ so the administration looks like its doing its job. As the system continually revolves around illegally screwing over nurses, and assistants, the fallout also continues and like all business models based after the Mafia type of abuse the numbers are showing. The fall of the urban health care setting creeps up on major corporate businesses such as Community Health Services of Tn. whose failure and monster loses is revealing the many corrupt horrors through out the health care system. The reporting nurse must retire and find a new profession just to help the public see these pecker heads of money and illegal power are injuring us, and could only care about the money.
Specific to cases involving the ‘fix’against nurses and assistants are the names commonly associated with protecting the public. Turning an envious eye towards the past and now realizing the victims of illegal actions were also, at one time, believers in this system and will until the end remember those names of injustice. They are Joey Ridenour, Randy Quinn, Beth A. Campbell, and Diane Milhaskey.
The Devil’s first rule is to convince you he doesn’t exist.