Originally Posted by westofyou
It's the law, all patients are ensured confidentiality when it comes to their health and the public.
Bellyache all you want, but it is the law and it's a strong freaking law that whenever it is broken ushers in numerous folks with the compliance departments and HR.
Even if the one it happens to makes 1 zillion dollars a year
Ok, if it's the law, why lie about the injury?
Why not just say "Kearns is being placed on the DL. We can not disclose details, we expect him to be back in X weeks".
Why lie about it?
Why say it is a blister when it is obviously something more serious.
I'm not saying I have the right to know about injury specifics. I don't want to be lied to about it. But Doc wanted to be on the radio and gab.. so he fed us wrong information.
Back to the main topic.. It sure would've been nice if someone offered Votto some guidance on getting the MRI before the AS break.. He would've missed 4fewer games that actually count. It just seems like a pretty big risk for Doc to stick his head in the sand and wait for Votto to ask for help.. That's all I am saying..
Thank you Walt and Bob for going for it in 2012 AND 2013!
Nov. 13, 2007: One of the greatest days in Reds history: John Allen gets the boot!