A Wrongful Death One Child s Fatal Encounter with Public Health and Private Greed Thirteen year old Christy Scheck was having trouble at home Angry with her tough no nonsense father she kept running away often disappearing for days at a time When the family therapist proposed th

  • Title: A Wrongful Death: One Child's Fatal Encounter with Public Health and Private Greed
  • Author: Leon Bing
  • ISBN: 9780679448419
  • Page: 336
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Thirteen year old Christy Scheck was having trouble at home Angry with her tough, no nonsense father, she kept running away, often disappearing for days at a time When the family therapist proposed that Christy spend some time just down the road at the Southwood Psychiatric Center, the Scheck family including Christy herself readily agreed But something went terriblThirteen year old Christy Scheck was having trouble at home Angry with her tough, no nonsense father, she kept running away, often disappearing for days at a time When the family therapist proposed that Christy spend some time just down the road at the Southwood Psychiatric Center, the Scheck family including Christy herself readily agreed But something went terribly wrong On March 6, 1992, while on full time suicide watch, Christy Scheck was found hanged with the sash of her terry cloth robe wound tightly around her neck In A Wrongful Death, bestselling author Leon Bing documents the gripping story of a mother s search for the truth behind the death of her child That quest helped bring down one of the nation s most powerful mental health providers, National Medical Enterprises, Southwood s parent company In the course of her research, Bing found that Southwood was an institution corroded by greed and bad management, with a corporate system designed to extract extraordinary levels of profit insurance claims processed to maximize reimbursements staff charting parties in which patients records were changed to reflect a need for continued treatment psychiatrists hours drastically reduced and families shut out of the decision making process All of these activities ensured that during the time she was a patient, Christy Scheck did not receive proper or even adequate treatment As a result, her three month stay at the facility ended in her suicide.

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