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Shit from Albany


Speaking of “wrong” vendors—Medicaid dispatch appeared to be violating the vendors’ right to fair trade.  One vendor was talking to his lawyer about filing RICO charges against Wayne Freeman, et al.  RICO is the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Law. … Continue reading

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What Gives You the Authority? (Part II)


Nine days later, I wake up to the realization that neither Greg Allen nor Notchaca has followed up, so I call Notchaca.  She tells me that she called Heidi at DOH and Heidi said she would take care of it; she … Continue reading

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“The Problem is the System that Dispenses the Services” (Part II)


(Continued from 9/20) The Medicaid recipient has to apply for Medicaid transportation and be approved in general, then each specific ride has to be approved individually.  Why has the approval process been dumped from Medicaid and put in the hands … Continue reading

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“The Problem is the System that Dispenses the Services”


When last we met on “I Alone Am Left To Tell You” (https://annecwoodlen.wordpress.com/2011/09/17/i-alone-am-left-to-tell-you/) the problem was that I needed to go to the Emergency Dept. for what turned out to be an abscessed tooth but Medical Answering Services, the local … Continue reading

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It’s Called Free Speech (Part II)


[Continued from 6/15/11] Last night I asked Susan if she had ever before had any trouble with Medicaid. She wasn’t sure.  Upon further questioning, I learned that she’s not sure how long she’s been on Medicaid “this time”—she thinks it’s … Continue reading

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It’s Called Free Speech (Part I)


Mark Bertozzi just called me.  Who is Mark Bertozzi?  In that thing about the government “of, by  and for the people” he’s the “by” part.   Mark talked to me for four minutes.   Then, when I asked if he would listen to … Continue reading

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