Heidi Wise provides audio testimony of the March 6, 2017 euthanasia of her father which was done against his will. It takes a lot for a person to die and it doesn’t normally happen as fast as Heidi’s father did. In this case he died from direct action
of the nursing staff who insisted on forcing upon a patient who had no pain excessively high doses of morphine.
Judy Bragg, RN spent the last five years of her long career in Facility Resource Management. She explains to us some of the real and underlying criteria for patients to be sent to hospice programs. She also dispels a few of the misunderstandings that people have regarding changes in real health care. Things are not always as we think they are. Sometimes in such a current negative atmosphere a positive change is the last thing that a person would expect, but it does happen. As we learn from this program things are not always necessarily as we think they appear to be.
She tells us the straight truth and nothing more. This is good for the education of the public. Education without hyperbole is important but scarce to find these days.
Judy clearly and concisely explains how and why many people are pushed into Superficial Hospice programs – all purposeful and potentially life sustaining medical care being terminated and patients suddenly and falsely being labeled as near death. She also explains that most medical personnel are not aware of the reasons behind these sudden administratively deemed new and dismal diagnoses. Most medical personnel do a good job and are justifiably pleased that they are able to do so.
Note: Judy suggested checking with The Joint Commission to check out these programs. The Joint Commission can be found online:
It appears that The Joint Commission Reports Now Only Provide Public Information on the following:
Emergency Department, Hospital-Based Inpatient Psychiatric Services, Immunization, Perinatal Care, Stroke Care, Substance Use, Tobacco Treatment, Venous Thromboembolism (VTE).
Apparently the various state Departments of Public Health are the only ones who actually do inspect hospitals these days or so they claim. You the citizen can get very limited information which may or may not actually be accurate. What a disappointment. More disappointing is when they tell the public that they do not have to tell us anything.
We all need to question these things that are going on today. We all need to become educated and demand accurate information and proof that it is accurate.
Judy Bragg, RN is going to return again in the future and she will let us know more that can help protect you or your loved ones. We look forward to her return. Until then, this program is must listening if you want to know how and why some patients, especially those hospitalized are often shoved off into programs that stop life sustaining care outside of a hospital.
Judy Bragg, RN provided care for her son who had leukemia, just as she had done for two other of her children. She understands the disease and she knows that when they do die what is normal and what is not.
Judy Bragg, RN was forced to watch her son die prematurely. He was killed by a chemical cocktail administered by her daughter-in-law while her son insisted that he did not want the medications.
Her daughter in law had not visited her husband, Judy’s son for eight months while he was in the hospital. She showed up one day, pushed him into a hospice program using her authority as wife and his fate was sealed.
Judy had turned her back for just a minute and it happened. There was no way she could stop it.
He did not consent to this medical process nor to these medications. He was in his right mind but had the hospice program pushed on him by his wife.
Judy states that this hospice was superficial and was not professional. In this program she touches upon the hospital and insurance business aspect of encouraging the premature death of patients, including those who are not terminal.
This is the first part of a series on this topic involving Judy Bragg. Judy worked for decades as a Registered Nurse in OR. Before her retirement, the last five years of her career were in facility resource management. We are going to touch upon what facility resource management is all about. This series is going to open your eyes and your innocence will be taken away.