I dont' have a clue what to do, please someone help me. - page 2
I've got a state inspector that will not stop calling me. I have already talked to this person about a situation that is being investigated, but now she is wanting to talk to me again and will not... Read More
Oct 3, '12Quote from wildbooThis is great advise, I will keep this in mind.It sounds like this is a moot point, but I will throw in my two cents worth anyway. I have had several occasions where I have been interviewed by risk management, the NSA and even the FBI because of my involvement with patients in my care, and I have never, repeat NEVER had anyone harangue or harass me or interview me over the phone. Period. If this person calls you again, I would insist on answering questions in person at your facility, where you have your chart available to consult. I don't know your situation, but don't let them bully you. I have never been the target of an investigation, but even being a witness or on the periphery can be very stressful (FBI anyone?) and you do have some say in how you are questioned. Being on the phone can allow you to be recorded without your consent, and that is bad, not to mention, illegal, and it's not like she would tell you she's doing it. In. Person. Only.
Oct 10, '12Quote from NurseCard@]RkfdNurse1 or anyone who knows the answer what is POA, i assume the A if for administrator , but the PO?I've got a state inspector that will not stop calling me. I have already talked to this person about a situation that is being investigated, but now she is wanting to talk to me again and will not stop calling me. I'm terrified to talk to her because I know my documentation is probably bad, and she's going to call me on it. I don't know what to do; I don't know what I'm going to say to this person that I haven't already said; I have told her everything that I remember about the situation. I'm sick right now (literally) and I'm stressed and I'm tired of my job.Last edit by JustBeachyNurse on Oct 18, '12 : Reason: formatting