It's sad how things have changed over the years. I don't have the answers but you think that the health care professionals would. I have had multiple surgeries and many admissions into hospitals from this. Doctor's would see you twice a day, morning and late afternoon. They would discuss your recovery and plan with a professional bedside manner. Nurses were truly wonderful and caring. This is what I see now, the people on the medical profession are so busy because of not enough staff. There is one nurse for 6 patients. Doctor's seem fed up with all of changes and new regulations which I can't blame them. No pain medication because of the drug addicts that waste time and energy from those that need it. It's like a dog chasing it's tail, or even a domino effect. There's not one cause there are many. In my opinion it's society that has done this and it's only getting worse. For those that truly need medical attention and treatment, they are the ones that truly suffer the consequences.