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“WE ARE HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS, NOT STREET DRUG DEALERS “
On June 27, the United States Supreme Court ruled 9-0 that the government cannot rightfully prosecute prescribers for violating the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) unless it can demonstrate that the violation was committed knowingly or intentionally. Coming just days after the rollback of Roe v. Wade, the Ruan v. United States decision represents a significant curtailing of Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) oversight—and a victory for chronic pain patients and everyone who prescribes or receives controlled substances.
HEALTH CARE FRAUD AND UNLAWFUL PRESCRIBING
PAIN CENTER PHYSICIANS ACQUITTED OF LARGEST HEALTHCARE FRAUD SCHEME IN THE NATION
The common man or woman has very little understanding of how so-called drug policies directly affect their daily living, until they become are diagnosed with some chronic illness or have a loved one who may be facing death. Then, the importance of chronic illness and disease states is ever so critical.
After a seven-week trial in the Eastern District of Michigan, Christopher Russo MD waits on no jury anymore. He and 3 other physicians Rajendra Bothra, Ganiu EDU were acquitted of allegations that they unlawfully prescribed opiates and performed unnecessary interventional pain treatments on patients in the Detroit metropolitan area. Dr. David Lewis, one of the four physicians, was led in his defense by attorneys Ron Chapman of the Chapman Law Group and Jeffrey Collins.
The Government alleged that the physicians overutilized interventional pain treatments such as epidural injections, facet injections, and selective nerve root blocks and improperly billed for the treatments. The Government also alleged that the physicians committed healthcare fraud by overutilizing back braces and urine drug screens which added additional compensation.
A win for the chronic pain community and the extensive overreach of the DEA in treating ligit pain patients. There are more physicians out there who have been wrongly incarcerated due to this exact situation. Justice is finally being balanced and once again shows the DEA has no place to practice medicine without a license or make decisions over a highly educated physician period!
NOW WE ARE FREE
THE VERDICT FORM
DOCTORS BEGAN EASY PICKING FOR DOJ-DEA
It has been “easier to convict a doctor of a federal felony and send them to prison for the rest of their lives than it is to win a medical malpractice case or action at the state board,” Jennifer Oliva, a law professor at the University of California, Hastings, told Filter. “That’s flipping the law on its head.”
“Under the way this statute was being interpreted, the government can put on some expert [and ask], ‘Do most doctors do this?’ and the expert says ‘No’ … Now you’re going to federal prison.”
Oliva, who co-authored an amicus brief in support of the doctors in the case, said that the DEA has increasingly been given authority to punish providers for whatever it deems to be improper practice when that should be under the jurisdiction of state medical boards.
“Boards are staffed with medical doctors and bring in experts in the field,” she said. “That’s different than the federal government using a law enforcement statute that was meant to apply to illicit drug distributors … to have this blunt-force instrument where they can come in and suspend a prescriber.”
The chilling effect on prescribers has brought immeasurable suffering for US pain patients and contributed to public demonization of opioids that further fuels the drug war.”
LIST OF HEALTH PROVIDERS THAT HAVE BEEN TARGETS OF DOJ-DEA
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