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Title: Show Cause Order - Brian Wroten
Author: Brian Wroten

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66

feeding tube
has been used
shock trauma
false claim
(evidence
from
Pines can
be
provided)

Parents, spouses or adult children are decision makers by default, Pines has no authority to
prioritise one family member over another one
False. She was
discharged to nursing
home because the
therapy program was
unsuccessful at
rehabilitating her.
Pines concluded this
also. This is a
Medicare policy.

False. Therapy stopped because there were no
improvement and insurance will not cover therapy if it proves
ineffective within a timeframe. Brian NEVER requested
Pines to remove feeding tube, he has only inquired about
this process.

Based on a false
premise. Palliative
care does not
disqualify a patient
from receiving
therapy. Therapy
programs
continued after
Marie was placed
on palliative care.
Pines stopped
therapy programs
because they were
ineffective.

Why is this relevant?

John?


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