AMA Discharges - page 2
Has anyone noticed an uptick in parents seeking discharge Against Medical Advice?... Read More
- 0Oct 25, '12 by Katie71275Quick question.....is it possible that checking a child out AMA would not be reported to child protection?? Sorry my past is coming in, but I worked for child protection, and for a sickly child who needed medical care, going AMA might classifiy as medical neglect....Have any of you seen it go that far? Just curious.
- 0Oct 30, '12 by jpeters84We've had a couple parents threaten and our charge RN let me know that the police would arrest the parents the minute they left the hospital and the child would be brought back immediately to the NICU. The arrest is for child endangerment/neglect and it would immediately become a CPS as well as a criminal issue. I've never had parents actually go through with it though.
Quote from catlover314Has anyone noticed an uptick in parents seeking discharge Against Medical Advice?