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4 Indest-2009-3By George F. Indest III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M., Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law

Across the country, it seems that “bath salts zombies” may be becoming extinct. According to the American Association of Poison Control, there have been 833 Poison Control calls nationwide regarding synthetic drug overdoses so far in 2013. However, just one year earlier, there were 2,691 cases, and in 2011, there were more than 6,100 overdose cases recorded. The statistics are trending the same in Florida.

This is leading law enforcement officials to speculate that criminalizing the sale of synthetic drugs, known as “bath salts,” “Molly,” “K2,” “Spice” and “Scooby Snacks,” is deterring people from using these drugs. These drugs are believed by many regulators and law enforcement officials to cause zombie-like behaviors in abusers.

Florida Has Worked to Outlaw the Synthetic Zombie Drugs.

In 2011, synthetic drugs could be found in gas stations and head shops all over Florida. However, Florida Attorney General (AG) Pam Bondi led the fight to criminalize 26 different forms of synthetic drugs. As recently as October 2013, she updated the list of outlawed drugs. This is because the chemical compounds of these drugs are continuously tweaked by manufacturers in an attempt to outpace the law. Click here to read a previous blog, I wrote on this issue.

In March 2013, law enforcement officials in Florida’s Orange and Volusia Counties ordered all synthetic drugs off store shelves. Anyone who sells, manufactures or delivers the synthetic drugs in Florida could be charged with a third-degree felony.

DEA Outlaws Three More Synthetic Drugs for Two Years.

On November 15, 2013, the Drug Enforcement Administrations (DEA) made three more synthetic drugs illegal under the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) for the next two years.

The actual chemical names of the controlled synthetic drugs are:

– 2-(4-iodo-2,5-dimethoxyphenyl)-N-(2-methoxybenzyl)ethanamine (25I-NBOMe);
– 2-(4-chloro-2,5-dimethoxyphenyl)-N-(2-methoxybenzyl)ethanamine (25C-NBOMe); and
– 2-(4-bromo-2,5-dimethoxyphenyl)-N-(2-methoxybenzyl)ethanamine (25B-NBOMe).

If you think those are hard to read, try saying them three times in a row.

In a press release, the DEA states that it will work with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to determine if these drugs should be made permanently illegal. Click here to read the press release from the DEA.

zombie cartoonEvolution from Human To Zombie.

A drug and alcohol rehabilitation company out of Pennsylvania has created a video that shows how synthetic drugs affect a person’s nervous system. The video is called “Bath Salt Zombie.” Click here to watch it.

Since the number of bath salts zombies is down, it seems that it may be safe for Florida’s tourists, who were previously scared off by our large population of undead flesh eaters, to return to the state. Certainly we cherish our tourists, especially our British tourists, far more than our zombies.

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Comments?

Do you think continuously outlawing these synthetic compounds is helping law enforcement? Have you seen the effects of synthetic drugs? Please leave any thoughtful comments below.

Sources:

Singer, Stacey. “Super-Human Strength, Agitation, Cuffs: An ER Doctor is Happy to See “Bath Salts” Cases Wane.” The Palm Beach Post. (November 19, 2013). From: http://blogs.palmbeachpost.com/palm-beach-health-beat/2013/11/17/super-human-strength-agitation-cuffs-an-er-doctor-is-happy-to-see-bath-salts-cases-wane/

DEA Public Affairs. “Three More Snythetic Drugs Become Illegal for at Least Two Years.” Drug Enforcement Administration. (November 15, 2013). From: http://www.justice.gov/dea/divisions/hq/2013/hq111513.shtml

About the Author: George F. Indest III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M., is Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law. He is the President and Managing Partner of The Health Law Firm, which has a national practice. Its main office is in the Orlando, Florida, area. www.TheHealthLawFirm.com The Health Law Firm, 1101 Douglas Ave., Altamonte Springs, FL 32714, Phone: (407) 331-6620.

“The Health Law Firm” is a registered fictitious business name of George F. Indest III, P.A. – The Health Law Firm, a Florida professional service corporation, since 1999.
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9 Indest-2008-6By George F. Indest III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M., Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law

A powerful, heroin-like drug that rots human flesh and bones has allegedly appeared in the United States for the first time, according to a number of news outlets. In Phoenix, Arizona, physicians reported that they spotted two cases in which symptoms are consistent with krokodil in September 2013. Krokodil (pronounced crocodile) is a highly addictive drug that is prevalent in Russia and Eastern Europe.

Krokodil Users Can Be Left with Zombie-Like Appearances.

According to USA Today, krokodil ravages the flesh, exposing bones, destroying internal organs and leaving users vulnerable to infections. Users often develop abscesses and gangrene. A recovering krokodil user said that she’s seen other addicts rot from the inside out, giving users a zombie-like appearance and, in some cases, impairments.

To read the USA Today article, click here.

DEA Waiting for Lab Reports to Verify Krokodil Use.

A Los Angeles Times article stated that the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has been tracking the use of krokodil abroad for at least two years. According to DEA officials, there is still no lab evidence that the two cases in Arizona are from the use of krokodil. However, toxicologists as the Arizona poison control centers said they remain worried because emerging drug trends are usually first noticed by area physicians.

Click here to read the entire Los Angeles Times article.

No Legislature on Krokodil in Florida.

Since it is still not confirmed that the cases in Arizona are krokodil, the Florida Attorney General’s (AG) office has not discussed any bans on the drug yet. Unfortunately it will be hard to ban the ingredients used to make krokodil since most can be bought over the counter, such as headache pills, iodine, gasoline and paint thinner.

However, the Florida government will step in to try to curb anything that might spark more zombie outbreaks. You may remember in December 2012, AG Pam Bondi filed an emergency rule outlawing 22 new synthetic drugs, commonly known as “bath salts,” “K2,” and “Spice.” This emergency rule expanded the list of synthetic drugs in Schedule I of controlled substances of the Florida Comprehensive Abuse Prevention and Control Act. Click here to read our previous blog.

This emergency rule is evidence of Floridians’ fear of zombies and cannibal attacks allegedly linked to the misuse of the outlawed substances. Florida has been linked to both in the national news, thus scaring away many of our tourists. Of course, there are those detractors who contend that face-chewing and other alleged zombie behavior is just natural behavior for Floridians, regardless of the chemicals imbibed.

Contact Experienced Health Law Attorneys.

The Health Law Firm routinely represents pharmacists, pharmacies, physicians, nurses and other health providers in investigations, regulatory matters, licensing issues, litigation, inspections and audits involving the DEA, Department of Health (DOH) and other law enforcement agencies. Its attorneys include those who are board certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law as well as licensed health professionals who are also attorneys.

To contact The Health Law Firm, please call (407) 331-6620 or (850) 439-1001 and visit our website at www.TheHealthLawFirm.com.

Comments?

Have you ever heard of krokodil? How long do you think before Florida will see its first krokodil zombie? How long do you think it will take the Florida AG to enact legislation banning the drug? Please leave any thoughtful comments below.

Sources:

Mosemak, Jerry, and Winter, Michael. “Flesh-Rotting ‘Krokodil” Drug Emerges in USA.” USA Today. (September 27, 2013). From: http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2013/09/26/heroin-krokodil-flesh-rotting-arrives-us-arizona/2879817/

Hamilton, Matt. “Krokodil, More Perilous Than Heroin, Possibly Surfaces in Arizona.” Los Angeles Times. (September 28, 2013). From: http://www.latimes.com/nation/nationnow/la-na-nn-krokodil-heroin-arizona-20130927,0,7644763.story

About the Author: George F. Indest III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M., is Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law. He is the President and Managing Partner of The Health Law Firm, which has a national practice. Its main office is in the Orlando, Florida, area. www.TheHealthLawFirm.com The Health Law Firm, 1101 Douglas Ave., Altamonte Springs, FL 32714, Phone: (407) 331-6620.

“The Health Law Firm” is a registered fictitious business name of George F. Indest III, P.A. – The Health Law Firm, a Florida professional service corporation, since 1999.
Copyright © 1996-2012 The Health Law Firm. All rights reserved.

5 Indest-2008-2By George F. Indest III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M., Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law

As we’ve discussed many times, Floridians fear zombies. This was made apparent in recent legislation against bath salts. As a citizen of Florida, you know you are not safe; not from zombies, not from British tourists, and not from the state legislature.

However, there’s a glimmer of hope. Twinkies, the only food known to mankind that can allegedly survive a post-apocalyptic zombie outbreak (reference: Zombieland 2009) or a nuclear holocaust (reference: Family Guy, second season, third episode December 26, 1999), are back on store shelves as of July 15, 2013, according to Bloomberg.

Click here to read the entire article from Bloomberg.

Twinkies Are Back But Won’t Last Forever.

According to Bloomberg, Hostess’s previous owners ended distribution of all products in November 2012. This sparked a nationwide panic, sending people running to grocery stores, gas stations and the internet to find the last few boxes of Twinkies on the market.

Under new ownership Hostess treats, including Twinkies, are back in a big way. Distribution of Twinkies will include chain stores, such as Walmart, Albertsons and Kroger, and also 110,000 convenience stores throughout the country.

But contrary to popular belief, the original Twinkie had a true shelf life of only 26 days. Now, according to National Public Radio (NPR), with a few tweaks to the recipe the spongy yellow cakes can live on shelves for more than double that, 45 days.

So, if Twinkies were your zombie invasion survival plan, we suggest rethinking your strategy.

To read the NPR article, click here.

Florida Synthetic-Drug Zombies are Illegal.

Floridians don’t have as much to worry about these days because on April 24, 2013, Florida’s governor signed the Controlled Substances Bill into law. This bill adds 27 substances to Schedule I of controlled substances, making it a third-degree felony to sell, manufacture, deliver or possess with intent to sell synthetic drugs, commonly known as “bath salts,” “K2,” and “Spice.” To read the press release from the Florida Office of the Attorney General (AG), click here.

In December 2012, I previously wrote about Florida’s AG filing an emergency rule temporarily adding these substances to Schedule I of controlled substances. Click here to read that blog. This legislation now permanently bans these synthetic drugs.

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The Health Law Firm routinely represents pharmacists, pharmacies, physicians, nurses and other health providers in investigations, regulatory matters, licensing issues, litigation, inspections and audits involving the DEA, Department of Health (DOH) and other law enforcement agencies. Its attorneys include those who are board certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law as well as licensed health professionals who are also attorneys.

To contact The Health Law Firm, please call (407) 331-6620 or (850) 439-1001 and visit our website at www.TheHealthLawFirm.com.

Comments?

Are you excited about the return of Twinkies? Have you rushed out to grab a spongy yellow cream log yet? Tell us your thoughts below.

Sources:

Stanford, Duane. “Twinkie Fans Delight in Hostess Return from Zombie Death.” Bloomberg. (July 15, 2013). From: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-07-15/twinkie-fans-delight-in-hostess-return-from-zombie-death.html

Godoy, Maria. “The Science of Twinkies: How Do They Last So Darn Long?” National Public Radio. (July 10, 2013). From: http://www.npr.org/blogs/thesalt/2013/07/09/200465360/the-science-of-twinkies-how-do-they-last-so-long

About the Author: George F. Indest III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M., is Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law.  He is the President and Managing Partner of The Health Law Firm, which has a national practice.  Its main office is in the Orlando, Florida, area.  www.TheHealthLawFirm.com  The Health Law Firm, 1101 Douglas Ave., Altamonte Springs, FL 32714, Phone:  (407) 331-6620.

“The Health Law Firm” is a registered fictitious business name of George F. Indest III, P.A. – The Health Law Firm, a Florida professional service corporation, since 1999.
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6 Indest-2008-3By George F. Indest, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M., Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law

“Civil authorities in your area have reported that the bodies of the dead are rising from their graves and attacking the living. Follow the messages on the screen that will be updated as information becomes available. Do not attempt to approach or apprehend these bodies as they are considered extremely dangerous.”

This was the voice-over message heard on the Emergency Alert System (EAS) television broadcast in California, Montana, Michigan, and New Mexico, on February 11, 2013. According to Information Week, authorities believe the announcement was from a hacker, and they are dead serious on finding out who was behind the hoax.

How the Emergency Alert System was Hacked.

According to the Associated Press, the United States recently replaced its old telephone-based alert system with a web-based system. It has been reported that each television station hacked, used the default password for their alert systems or lacked adequate computer security.

Since the prank, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has sent an urgent advisory to all television and radio stations to reset their alert system passwords. Stations were also asked to check their equipment to make sure there were no further unauthorized alerts queued up.

Click here to read the Associated Press article.

Charges the Pranksters Might Face, If Caught.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the FCC continues to investigate these cases. Officials believe the hoax originated overseas. (Or maybe some zombie enthusiasts were putting on a publicity stunt. The premier of AMC’s zombie-thriller “The Walking Dead” had just premiered the night before the alert. Also, the zombie romantic comedy “Warm Bodies” is still heating up the box office.)

According to Information Week, the person or people behind the prank could face misdemeanor charges of “tampering with a safety device,” which would include jail time and a $1,000 fine.

Click here to read an article on this from Information Week.

Reiterating There is No Threat of Zombies, Right Now.

One police officer told the Great Falls Tribune that there have been no sightings of dead bodies rising from the ground in that area. . . yet.

What if this warning had been legitimate? After this hoax, if and when the zombie apocalypse happens will it be like the little boy who cried wolf scenario?

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The Health Law Firm routinely represents pharmacists, pharmacies, physicians, nurses and other health providers in investigations, regulatory matters, licensing issues, litigation, inspections and audits involving the DEA, Department of Health (DOH) and other law enforcement agencies. Its attorneys include those who are board certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law as well as licensed health professionals who are also attorneys.

To contact The Health Law Firm, please call (407) 331-6620 or (850) 439-1001 and visit our website at www.TheHealthLawFirm.com.

Comments?

What if this emergency alert had been correct? Would you have been ready? Tell us what you would do if the undead attacked.

Sources:

Karoub, Jeff and Brown, Matthew. “Hacked Alert Systems Warns of Zombies.” Minnesota Public Radio. (February 13, 2013). From: http://minnesota.publicradio.org/display/web/2013/02/13/news/hackers-use-alert-system-for-zombie-warnings

Schwartz, Mathew. “Zombie Alert Hoax: Emergency Broadcast System.” Information Week. (February 12, 2013). From: http://www.informationweek.com/security/attacks/zombie-alert-hoax-emergency-broadcast-sy/240148355

About the Author: George F. Indest III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M., is Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law. He is the President and Managing Partner of The Health Law Firm, which has a national practice. Its main office is in the Orlando, Florida, area. www.TheHealthLawFirm.com The Health Law Firm, 1101 Douglas Ave., Altamonte Springs, FL 32714, Phone: (407) 331-6620.

The Health Law Firm” is a registered fictitious business name of George F. Indest III, P.A. – The Health Law Firm, a Florida professional service corporation, since 1999.
Copyright © 1996-2012 The Health Law Firm. All rights reserved.

7 Indest-2008-4By George F. Indest III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M., Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law

A family that owns a number of South Florida pharmacies is allegedly under investigation for Medicare fraud, according to a number of sources. On January 17, 2013, federal authorities raided one pharmacy location in Naples, Florida. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agents removed boxes of documents and computers from the pharmacy, according to Naples News. The pharmacy owner and his mother are allegedly being investigated by the U.S. Office of Inspector General (OIG) of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for using the names dead beneficiaries to file false claims.

Click here to read the entire Naples News article.

Scam Allegedly Included Sending False Claims of Dead Beneficiaries to Medicare Part D.

According to NBC2, a South Florida television station, the pharmacy owner and his mother were both allegedly part of a scheme that defrauded Medicare. The family allegedly submitted claims to Medicare Part D after beneficiaries had died. This information came from a letter sent to Medicare Part D providers from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) on October 17, 2012 (by a dead beneficiary?). The letter was obtained by NBC2. The scheme allegedly also involved submitting false claims to Medicaid and Tricare.

Click here to watch the NBC2 news story.

No word on if zombies were getting their prescriptions.

 

OIG Not Talking.

The pharmacy that was raided is part of a chain of stores owned by the same family. So far, only the pharmacy located on Rattlesnake-Hammock Road in Naples is being investigated. That location is reportedly still closed, but the other pharmacy locations are open. Patients and zombies that used the closed pharmacy are being told to contact their physicians in order to get prescriptions transfered.

Neither the DEA nor the OIG of the HHS has released a press release on this investigation. As in all media reports, please remember that all persons are presumed to be innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Also remember, zombies are presumed to be dead until proven alive in a court of law.

Where Have All the Pharmacies Gone?


If you’ve been watching the news at all lately or regularly reading our blog, you can tell there have been an increased number of raids on pharmacies, arrests of pharmacists and emergency suspension orders issued from the Department of Health (DOH).

Recently, the DEA served a Walgreens distribution center in Florida with an immediate suspension order (click here to read more on this story), and pulled the controlled substance licenses from two Central Florida CVS Pharmacies (to learn more, click here).

In my personal opinion, the recent raids and investigations at pharmacies are especially hard on the independent operators. If the large retail giants can’t survive, the small independent pharmacies stand little chance.

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Anyone Reading Have Thoughts?

As a pharmacy owner, pharmacy employee or health care facility owner, what do you think of the increased effort to find fraud? Do you think all facilities, not just pharmacies, are under the microscope? Please leave any thoughtful comments below.

Sources:

Freeman, Liz. “Sunshine Pharmacy in East Naples Remains Close, Day After Federal Raid.” Naples News. (January 19, 2013). From: http://www.naplesnews.com/news/2013/jan/19/sunshine-pharmacy-east-remains-closed-raid-federal/

Ritter, Rick. “Naples Pharmacy Busted for Medicare Fraud.” NBC2. (January 20, 2013). From: http://www.nbc-2.com/story/20627104/detectives-investigating-medicare-fraud-at-naples-pharmacy

About the Author: George F. Indest III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M., is Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law. He is the President and Managing Partner of The Health Law Firm, which has a national practice. Its main office is in the Orlando, Florida, area. http://www.TheHealthLawFirm.com The Health Law Firm, 1101 Douglas Ave., Altamonte Springs, FL 32714, Phone: (407) 331-6620.

 

“The Health Law Firm” is a registered fictitious business name of George F. Indest III, P.A. – The Health Law Firm, a Florida professional service corporation, since 1999.
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7 Indest-2008-4By George F. Indest III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M., Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law

Leave it to the Brits to come up with a plan in the event of a zombie apocalypse. According to The Telegraph, the country’s contingency plans were revealed in a Freedom of Information request. The British government believes it has worked out the best way to cope with a zombie invasion.

Click here to read The Telegraph article published on December 26, 2012.

How England Will Be Restored to its Pre-Attack Glory.

The request allegedly came from a member of the public. The Great Britain Ministry of Defense (MoD) replied: “In the event of an apocalyptic incident (e.g., zombies), any plans to rebuild and return England to its pre-attack glory would be led by the Cabinet Office, and thus any preplanning activity would also take place there.” Apparently the MoD’s role in such an event would be to provide support to the civil authorities.

Not the Only Plan in Case of an Attack from the Undead.

This is not the first or only prep plan for zombies. According to a Huffington Post article, HALO Corp., a security firm in San Diego, California, held a counter-terrorism summit on October 31, 2012, to train military and law enforcement on how to fight off zombies. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released “Preparedness 101: Zombie Apocalypse,” a campaign that explains what items to stock up on, how to come up with an emergency plan and how the CDC will respond in the event of a zombie uprising.

Click here to read the Huffington Post article.

Floridians have also drawn up plans to survive an undead attack. Okeechobee County, in South Florida, has written a 75-page comprehensive emergency management plan in the event of a zombie apocalypse. Click here to read that plan. Florida State University has also issued a zombie apocalypse safety protocol. You can read that plan by clicking here.

Just for Fun or A Necessity?

Critics have accused people who make Freedom of Information requests for subjects like zombies, vampires and wizards of wasting the time of government officials. However, in Florida, we’ve seen our fair share of zombie outbreaks first hand. Click here to read a blog on synthetic drugs that are now outlawed due to the risk of turning citizens into flesh-eating zombies. We believe these plans should be read and taken to heart. Be sure to check our Zombie Law Blog for an up-to-date account of all zombie news.

Florida Must Adopt Similar Plan for Zombie Attack.

Given the federal government’s failure to enact a similar plan, it appears each of the United States will be on its own in the event of a zombie outbreak. Given the incidents that have already occurred here, Florida can be expected to be on the fore-front.

Florida legislators will probably act in the near future to re-allocate some of the $40 million that went unspent on Medicaid last year to go for zombie defense. Zombie defense now! Secession later!

Contact Experienced Health Law Attorneys.

The Health Law Firm routinely represents pharmacists, pharmacies, physicians, nurses and other health providers in investigations, regulatory matters, licensing issues, litigation, inspections and audits involving the DEA, Department of Health (DOH) and other law enforcement agencies. Its attorneys include those who are board certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law as well as licensed health professionals who are also attorneys.

To contact The Health Law Firm, please call (407) 331-6620 or (850) 439-1001 and visit our website at www.TheHealthLawFirm.com.

Comments?

Do you know what to do in the event of a zombie attack? How are you preparing now for zombies? Please leave any thoughtful comments below.

Sources:

Sieczkowski, Cavan. “Britian Zombie Apocalypse Plans Revealed in Freedom of Information Request.” Huffington Post. (December 26, 2012). From: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/12/26/britain-zombie-apocalypse-plans-freedom-of-information_n_2365905.html

Jill, Jodi. “British Zombie Plan Reveal that England is Ready for Any Apocalypse.” Examiner. (December 28, 2012) From: http://www.examiner.com/article/british-zombie-plan-reveals-that-england-is-ready-for-any-apocalypse

Marsden, Sam. “Britain is Well Prepared to Fight Apocalyptic Zombie Invasion.” The Telegraph. (December 26, 2012). From: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/9721072/Britain-is-well-prepared-to-fight-apocalyptic-zombie-invasion.html

About the Author: George F. Indest III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M., is Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law. He is the President and Managing Partner of The Health Law Firm, which has a national practice. Its main office is in the Orlando, Florida, area. http://www.TheHealthLawFirm.com The Health Law Firm, 1101 Douglas Ave., Altamonte Springs, FL 32714, Phone: (407) 331-6620.

“The Health Law Firm” is a registered fictitious business name of George F. Indest III, P.A. – The Health Law Firm, a Florida professional service corporation, since 1999. Copyright © 1996-2012 The Health Law Firm. All rights reserved.