OxyContin scripts skyrocket among Medicaid users

Oct 20, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Newsday

Prescriptions for OxyContin - a potent drug for chronic pain often cited as a gateway to heroin abuse - are skyrocketing in both Nassau and Suffolk's Medicaid systems, fueling concern among officials that the highly addictive pills are getting into the wrong hands.

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Babe

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Oct 21, 2010
 
just because someone is on medicaid do not mean they are drug user. go to hell
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Oct 22, 2010
 
I agree. Just because nobody can afford high insurance rates and are lucky enough to be accepted to medicaid doesnt make them abusers. I think it is great that medicaid will pay for pain meds. I know FL medicaid will not buy tussiounex (sp?). Nor any cough medicine with codeine. But they will pay for Pain pills.

The whole system is jacked up but would anybody expect anything different from a government that has disapointed us so many times already?

The media is really to blame for the difficulties. They are plastering stories about whatever they can to sell papers, magazines, etc. Drugs like this have been around for decades and there have always been people who go the wrong way with them. It is just a part of life. But people who need, or should I say, use the meds to have quality of life, should not suffer because of them.

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Oct 23, 2010
 
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Oct 24, 2010
 
Mexican Growers now in hugh demand.

Election Year Medicaid Medicare Inducement issues left open for November not openly discussed.Politics have gone from heated to man on fire thoughts. Also the Judicial dilemmas, since all are offically allowed to bear arms again, the big city Mayors are concerned about how the poor will be able to rearm themselves, and are looking for some type of financial relief from Federal State Medicaid programs to maintain their status quo.The higher courts face tough issues this term since making honest fraud legal, there agenda now turns toward making honest kickbacks and honest bribes equally as legal. This topic remains high as a shared issue by the medicaid medicare enrollment providers since they are looking to expand inducements past the complicated pregnancy stage. No more coupons for free fried chickens now it will be free bags of medical use stuff only,sign here.

The DOJ has serious concerns that if legalized marijuana in California for medical reasons could be used as a inducement or inticement to help secure new enrollments for the Federal State Medicare Medicaid programs.The State of California is concerned that if the Feds step up their effort in killing off the marijuana crops it could cause higher tax problems that effect Medicaid currently under consideration by the State 'marijuana tax control board'. Limo drivers cancel their planned Medicaid Cuts DC rally and leave for California to protect this years crop. Wow, don't think I would like to be in Politics for this years elections.

Govenor Schwarzenegger indicated that if the Tea Partys membership keeps holding their rallies at our Marijuana burning fields they will have to be taxed for their free use of inhalants, prior to having them bused back to Arizona. Senator Mccain wants the deportation of illegal Mexicans to stop immediatley claims their State needs Pot growers and insists California return his illegal landscapers at once. This could lead to Pot Wars since California insists that have the best wine and the best weed and the better growers brought in directly from Mexico.(not Arizona)

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Oct 24, 2010
 
Dude, please don't spam here and please keep on topic.
Read the guidelines; this is a legit forum, not a breeding ground for dealers.
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pillworld- Free yourself of a forum rampant with Law Enforcement. The link above is to a private Buyer and Vendor group. its the safest place to purchase your goods. look around on this board and you will find people calling the nations safest forum a new world of hope. While other people, informants and LE posing as sellers here say you shouldnt visit! Anything that the masses want to keep a secret is for a good reason!
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Aug 31, 2012
 
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