I was taken into surgery from ICU with my blood pressure so low that I could have died already. Obviously, they had to send me back to ICU with the plug still in my groin (without doing the surgery) that never stays in very long but they kept it in me for over 24 hours. I have photos of the bruises it caused. Two dinner plates wouldn't cover them up.
They would give NO information to anyone here in Paris about my condition because my family is all in Houston. The one contact I had here to notify my family was not allowed any knowledge execpt that I was "stable" At one point she was not even allowed into ICU to see me even during visiting hours. We could see why later.
She has since become my 'sister' in the event I am unlucky enough to have to go back to that hospital. I am telling you that it was a nightmare. Sue me if you want to but stop trying to kill me.
I just sent an email to the "Electronic Frontier Foundation" to find out why they haven't involved themselves and their counsel in this bogus litigation.
Hopefully you will receive help from them.
It seems that Essent Healthcare bringing this to court is only focusing attention to your cause. Had they just left "well enough" alone I would never had heard of this situation but now the whole IT world knows about it.
Congratulations Essent you just stepped in your own "puddle".
I understand your concern, and perspective. When you practiced medicine at PRMC, it was St. Joseph's, the sisters were still here, and it was a more gentele climate. We could make suggestions, and they were considered. One had the feeling that there was a heart beating in administration.
That has changed.
I'm glad your procedure went well and that your experience was good. A lot of staff were made aware of who you are. That's not to say that someone else wouldn't experience the same level of consideration...or is it?
Hopefully they would.