Update on fraudulent visits - page 2

Thanks to everyone who responded to my post about fraudulent visits. I was feeling out of my league with this one, as writing the nurse up repeatedly had no effect. I started doing visits to the homes after my case managers... Read More

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    I'm sorry but none of this story makes a bit of sense to me. In what world would anyone think it was possible to do 26 visits a day? I don't care who you are you know that's not possible. The story would be more believable if the nurse was claiming 12 or 13 visits a day. I could be wrong but I just don't believe any of this. JMO.

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    Quote from bshaw96
    I'm sorry but none of this story makes a bit of sense to me. In what world would anyone think it was possible to do 26 visits a day? I don't care who you are you know that's not possible. The story would be more believable if the nurse was claiming 12 or 13 visits a day. I could be wrong but I just don't believe any of this. JMO.


    Did you read the original thread?

    http://allnurses.com/home-health-nur...es-824287.html
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    Great NURSING WORK!!!


    Is there going to be a report to CMS filed against the parties???
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    This problem is way more common than not! And, many managers keep their heads in the sand.
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    No way she'll keep her license, she'll also be nailed ofr medicaid fraud, neglect, etc.
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    Awesome work! Glad you were able to finally get the patients the care they deserve!
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    Thanks for the update and thanks for all your hard work. That 'nurse' needs to lose her license and be sent to prison. Hopefully she never cares for another patient! Please let us know what happens next!


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