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The pain management doctor I see has decreased medication/treatment due to a DEA inquiry made on me. I have been suffering with chronic pain for years. I am not worried about the inquiry itself, since I did nothing wrong, but now it's affecting my pain management. I now see this doctor because I had no choice but to change doctors since my insurance group dropped my previous pain mgmt doctor from their network of providers. I tried changing the doctor I see now but found out the dr. is now the only pain mgmt doctor in the network under my insurance. I can attest to the fact that due to his treatment and demeanor my pain management is not his priority. I am in more pain now because of this and it's doing me more harm. What rights do I have in the matter? How do I file action?
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