Quote from strive4mores
i work at several different hospital, non are affliated but two have requirements that i take acls/cpr. i was fulfilling a job requirement. I had no idea since i'm not staff that if a hospital required this education that i wasn't allowed to bill them for meeting my job requirement.
god, what a mess!
Like Tazzi, I'm not trying to be harsh, I'm just trying to figure out why
someone should show you any leniency regarding double billing. Yes, we know that it was a job requirement, but in essence, it looks like you were trying to get payment from someone (one of your employers) for taking the class. That's not the way it works. You pay them for classes - for their time, expertise, materials, everything included in the class.
I really just want to get this straight in my mind, why is it OK to bill two hospitals for taking the same required class?
And Tweety summed it up pretty well, too. I'm just trying to get what could be the underlying reason why it may be OK to double bill.