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Medicare’s failure to monitor what doctors are prescribing has wasted billions of taxpayer dollars on excessive use of brand-name medication and exposed the elderly and disabled to drugs they should avoid. Hurley talks to patient William Sanders at his outpatient clinic in Beech Grove, Indiana.
Prescription data obtained by Pro Publica shows wide use of antipsychotics, narcotics and other drugs dangerous for older adults, but Medicare officials say it’s not their job to look for unsafe prescribing or weed out doctors with troubled backgrounds. Hurley was credited with writing more than 160,000 prescriptions in Medicare Part D in 2010, the most of any provider in the country. (Photo by Matt Mc Clain/ The Washington Post) Update, March 14, 2016: On March 11, 2016, a federal judge in Chicago sentenced Dr.
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An analysis of four years of Medicare prescription records shows that some doctors and other health professionals across the country prescribe large quantities of drugs that are potentially harmful, disorienting or addictive.Hurley said prescriptions by others in his practice were credited to him by nursing home pharmacies, but that Medicare has never asked him about his numbers. Michael Reinstein to nine months in prison for taking kickbacks from the makers of the antipsychotic drug clozapine, for which he was the nation’s top prescriber.He was also ordered to pay a fine and serve community service, the Chicago Tribune reported.An early scene, in which Lois Lane (Margot Kidder) is trapped on an out-of-control Metropolis subway train, is clearly shot in the London underground - all the "This is America, honest" posters dotted around can't disguise the distinctive shape of Britain's tube trains.The film's most infamous money-saving location, though, is its use of a Milton Keynes bus station as a stand-in for New York's United Nations Headquarters on 42nd Street.