Compounded drugs are valid treatment. Prescribing them is legal. However, accepting (or paying) kickbacks to prescribe them is a crime.
The layers of bureaucracy that were supposedly meant to insulate the doctors from the “hassles of running a medical practice” out hassled the actual “hassles of running a medical practice.” Go figure.
You’d have to be high to think you could get away with it.
It’s the middle ground between light and shadow, between medical science and stupidity, and it lies between the pit of man's desires and the summit of his bank account. This is the dimension of disintegration. It’s an area which we call the Indictment Zone.
What appears to the unknowing and unsuspecting to be a normal day-to-day business transaction is really something quite different.
Telemedicine is the future.
Ah, hindsight. It's always 20/20.
ASCs can be great investments for physicians. Oh, as long as they are real.