Increasingly, post cards have piled up in my mailbox. See Post Cards – Sunlight Project, Step One to read what nurses have offered so far. The momentum is building!
Most of the responses so far have involved one hospital, Yuma Regional Medical Center in Arizona. Given my longstanding suspicion of deep and pervasive health care corruption in Arizona, such a result is interesting indeed. I have a day off, so I’ll be contacting YMRC to hear their side of the story, if they feel inclined to offer one. To round things out, I’ll also contact Arizona’s Governor and the Arizona Board of Nursing. In the spirit of transparent citizenship, I’ll post all of this outreach and any responses.
If you want to ask them about it yourself, feel free to contact them.
In fact, I ask you to do so, good reader! Accountability comes from public demands for nothing less. You can contribute, perhaps, to the cleansing of corruption! You might even save lives that way – health care corruption kills, you know.
Sunlight exposes the predators who thrive in the shadows. It brings them to account. Sunlight brings justice.
Sounds good to me!
Let’s sort this situation out together: shine a little healthy sunlight!