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The EPIDEMIC IS REAL, but together, we can change it.
Decide Today, to Be The Change. When you follow the process outlined in this guide and implement the Informed Consent Docs into your practice, you have what it takes to save lives, reduce liability, and mitigate culpability.
Judge Jodi

Prescription Should Not Equal Addiction

How to protect yourself against criminal culpability, professional liability and claims of medical malpractice

Every single day 198 people die of a drug overdose. We have an addiction epidemic in this country and it’s not about heroin. It is about prescription medications - opioids, benzodiazepines and stimulants like Adderall and Ritalin. 4 out of 5 people who use heroin became addicted from a legal prescription for medication they received from a doctor. Even more frightening is the number of deaths from overdose that occur in people under 20. I could go on and on- the statistics are alarming.

Do Your Part. Be The Change.

Help Take Control of the Opioid Epidemic

By introducing the Switalski process to INFORM, MONITOR, and DOCUMENT, you can treat pain and save lives!


Michigan Statutes on Prescription Drugs - Opiod Laws - ebook

If you prescribe opioids as part of your pain management therapy, DOWNLOAD THIS GUIDE NOW.

Inside this guide you'll learn:

  • How recent verdicts are opening the doors for placing culpability on the prescribing practitioner.
  • Why CDC guidelines and agreements are not enough to protect you in a court of law.
  • What you need to do to help prevent addiction and protect yourself and your practice from malpractice claims related to prescription opioids.
  • Why we need to think of opioid addiction as a preventable disease rather than a possible side effect.