Protecting the integrity of information is particularly critical for anti-fraud. Other legislation would call for electronic prescriptions for opioids to lessen prescription fraud. The testimony of the prescribing physician may also be very beneficial.
While unscrupulous people commit these heinous acts strictly for profit, most are innocent recipients of Chronic Pain, or Anxiety and Panic attack disorders. These people have a legitimate Mental Illness, they are not criminals
Prescription fraud is quite a complex healthcare crime. Your dependence shouldn’t be an addiction. The pain will get difficult to address, sleep results in becoming more unsettled or anxiety returns and is harder to control.
As an example, it gets increasingly tough to control pain. This sensation is quite addictive and makes a physiological dependency that’s very hard for individuals to overcome.
The end result is normally very unpleasant and not easy for the patient since they are afflicted by withdrawal and their principal indicators or symptoms too. And this is the reason for the more significant prescription abuse and fraud. The addiction and need for the drug or medication increase offenders’ risk of being caught.
There’s also a demand for treatment for those experiencing opioid addiction. If they’re actively seeking it out, then it is an issue. However, more programs are needed to help people that are using opioids receive treatment as rapidly as possible.
Additionally a shadow epidemic that’s gone under the radar is Benzodiazepine dependence and in some cases addiction. The need for more understanding of the difficulties tapering off long term use is not fully understood. Benzo’s themselves generally do not result in death as compared to opiates.
However, Xanax continues to be the most prescribed psychotropic medication. Yet the rise in prescription fraud relative to Xanax is on the rise according to a reliable source.
People who take these medications generally suffer from legitimate medical disorders. Incarcerating them is not the answer more emphasis on rehabilitation is required. We are making criminals out of people with legitimate Mental Illness.
Something is wrong with that picture. Don’t you think