I live rural, and have few medical choices. The medical network, I was previously with was ineffectual from a medical standpoint, and its business practices, one event in particular have badly hurt my credit rating, even thought they were continually informed and my insurance
company eventually paid via the state of WI insurance commissioners office. I began as a patient at a new clinic last May 8th. They examined all my previously prescribed medications then and again this last August. The DR. said she would wait, until my prescriptions as prescribed by another DR. ran out. When contacted they refused to issue a prescription, without me picking them up. I was told by the pharmacy that this wasn't a legal requirement, but possibly a clinic policy
. Upon inquiring to the clinic I was blindsided by being required to sign a contract
, regarding drug testing, and more. These meds were originally prescribed through 2 different psychiatrists that officially turned my care over to any general practitioner, because all anti psychotics and anti depressants had been illuminated and just zolpedin, a sleeping aid, and clonesapan, a anti anxiety drug, were left. There is and have never been any abuse, or other concerns regarding my conduct with these medications or anything. They basically held a gun to my head, I feel, to subjugate my rights by requiring to sign a contract that violates my core beliefs, to maintain my mental stability. This treatment was originally arrived at by 20 years plus of medical history. I've confronted my doctor in this regard in a letter. if such a contract was required for my meds, it could of been reveled in previous visits without creating such a crisis for me. I've attained a 30 day prescription to buy time by a helpful pharmacy through a doctor I had been seen by preciously. I've never had a good expierence with an attorney, and am considering confronting this on my own. No one should be able to put anyone in such a position???????????