Prescribing Justice - Protecting Doctors, the Rx for Healthy Patients 20170412

April 19, 2017

All that glitters ain't gold.  Or maybe it's Fool's Gold.  On this week's episode of Prescribing Justice, host Dr. Michael Langan cautions us about the allure of treatment programs as alternatives to punishment.  Too many have learned the hard way -- particularly in the context of physician treatment programs -- that seemingly benign and benevolent treatment programs have their fools, and they're not those in charge who are making all the gold!  If basic liberty and due process are the price to be paid, physician and other treatment programs can be worse than the proverbial cure.  Listen . . .

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Change of Venue - There’s due process, but are you getting it? 20170405

April 5, 2017

This week Joseph Carson, P.E., and industrial safety expert Brenda McCracken joined your Change of Venue co-hosts attorney Zena Crenshaw-Logal* and Dr. Andrew D. Jackson. The panel discussed a recent ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in the appeal titled Joseph P. Carson v. the U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board.  Links to the somewhat complex case background are set out below.  But the basic question before our COV panel was: Did the U.S. Federal Circuit Court of Appeals flip the bird to the citizens of America?  You just may think it did after hearing our broadcast!

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