Typically True Montgomery begins her day like this: coffee. Take the boy to school. A 60-minute haul to her client’s office in Alexandria. More coffee and then work. 973 more words
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The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (“CMS”) has announced that the Nursing Home Compare Five Star Quality Rating System will soon undergo some changes. The rating system has experienced recent criticism for relying too heavily on self-reported data and CMS is taking action. 134 more words
When True Montgomery saw the IRS 990 for Catholic Charities for the Archdiocese of Washington filed for June 2013, we were forced to our knees to say a few “Hail Marys”…and wondering if anyone in that organization has ever uttered the Act of Contrition as they accepted their big salary payouts while families they were supposed to be serving struggled. 344 more words
Two patients limp into two different medical clinics with the same
complaint. Both have trouble walking and appear to require hip surgery.
The FIRST patient is examined within the hour, is x-rayed the same day… 112 more words
Some days you just shake your damn head and wonder in what part of the universe do the Montgomery County health and human services workers operate. 548 more words
Montgomery County is known for the lip service it provides for all the “good causes” that it promotes. The biggest is helping the homeless.
It has become evident to True Montgomery that in the county, homelessness is a fast-growing profit center for nonprofit agencies. 344 more words
Add marijuana to the long and growing list of abuses of welfare, specifically food stamps or EBT cards. (For other abuses, go to the “see also” links at the end of this post.) 351 more words