Doc went by 20 point list for his beds. He was put into hospice but never got to use it. He was in a psy/evaluation ward. The doc in this hospital said his meds did not work on my husband's brain so he needed his bed back. But, APS stepped in and stopped the discharge and said to wait for the VA to respond to their discharge papers. According to this hospital the VA took too long the VA doc. To me. Before the doc and social worker to get the story from the patient's family first. He wanted to know why my husband was in hospice, he was not dying according to him. He said they had a 20 point list and from this they could tell if someone was dying in less than 3 weeks. He said their beds were reserved for the ones who were dying more likely in less than 2 days no more than 3 weeks. He only had 15 beds. The social worker at the hospital he was at said someone would take him sooner if he was in hospice. They said he was combative and agitated and they would make him more comfortable until they could move him out. I found out later that they gave him a black box drug and morphine. I saw him on Sun. He ate a meal drank with a straw. Knew who I was and reminded. He was doped up from 10 am until 4pm sleeping until I arrived there and he then went back to sleep at 6:30pm and never woke back up and died on Wed. At 5:30am. They said he had late stage dementia. I hired the medical examiner in my county to do a brain autopsy to see if he really had dementia.