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How can I get my file from my primary care physician, sue for my suffering ., post online complaints. All w/o ??. Dis/Vet

Date: 11/20/2018 12:00 AM (PST)

After em/surg on my abdomen and 1 wk stay in hosp. My pri/doc denied me meds on fol/up. Reasoning, hosp is reqd to refill scripts,(false). How do I retrieve my records, sue for pain n suffering because of doc refusal. (My pain is unimaginable.) Also, I'd like to file as many
complaints possible legally, civilly, post dissatisfaction online, retain proper council, etc...

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Date: 11/20/2018 8:30 AM (PST)

Good Morning William. Thank you for contacting Business Consumer Alliance (“BCA”). You could file a complaint with BCA, and ask that the company address the allegations in the complaint. In your circumstance, the complaint is against a physician. As I’m sure you are aware, there are Hippa privacy laws in effect, and doctors are required to be Hippa compliant. BCA as a third party to the complaint, can request that the doctor address the allegations stated in your complaint, but we cannot guarantee that a response will be given based on Hippa regulation.

Filing suit for pain and suffering and retaining proper council are actions worth looking into if you feel you have grounds for improper care, but I strongly recommend making the attempt to work this out with the physician directly. In Pennsylvania, complaints against a physician can be filed with the Pennsylvania Board of Medicine: https://www.dos.pa.gov/Pages/File-a-Complaint.aspx To file a complaint with BCA, click on this link: https://www.checkbca.org/file-complaint

Please contact me directly at vantillon@checkbca.org if you need further assistance.

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Date: 11/20/2018 7:16 PM (PST)

Thank you for your help and support. I will be evaluating the answer to my question and proceed as I see fit. Both answers where spot on.a day later along with sound advice is always beneficial.

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