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  1. Lice can't jump or fly though. What I deal with as a school nurse is what was mentioned earlier - "hysteria" over lice. ...
    Jolie
    Forum: School Nurses
  2. When does the Privacy Rule allow covered entities to disclose protected health information to law enforcement...
    Jolie
    Forum: HIPAA and Nursing Challenges
  3. As much as I regret to say it, I would strongly advise you to keep your health issues private. If you feel you cannot handle...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nurses With Disabilities
  4. To your point, that group of nurses will no longer work the pool. This means when the regular employees need vacations...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing Activism / Healthcare Politics
  5. Back to the new law...they have never been mandated by the government to provide insurance for these large groups of people...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing Activism / Healthcare Politics
  6. But according to the ACA they have to supply insurance for 50 FTE employees and up.
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing Activism / Healthcare Politics
  7. Wow. To assume a nurse, much less a guide in this forum, isn't aware of what she paid or pays or reveived or receives from...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing Activism / Healthcare Politics
  8. Wow. Again. Not only are you assuming that yet another nurse in here doesn't seem to know what health care options are...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing Activism / Healthcare Politics
  9. For a family of 3 based on our specific details, in our county for a platinum plan it would cost us $1,449 per month to come...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing Activism / Healthcare Politics
  10. Look at it this way. If an employer says "I am putting in $100 a week per employee into a health savings account, it is up...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing Activism / Healthcare Politics
  11. Thank you for the analogy...I just don't understand why it is confusing. Maybe because I do budgets and hospital...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing Activism / Healthcare Politics
  12. I live in a smallish town and we have so many small mom and pop shops being run out by big retailers like walmart and...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing Activism / Healthcare Politics
  13. Right....the issue here is the employer has been letting them work these hours and they are cutting them because of the ACA...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing Activism / Healthcare Politics
  14. I think to lose the small independent businesses would be a bad thing. I think that making large companies subsidize...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing Activism / Healthcare Politics
  15. While you are glad for your child...what about the OP? They are accustom to working 36-48hrs/wk. They will now have 6-18...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing Activism / Healthcare Politics
  16. I respectfully disagree.Under the ACA "perdiem" employees are counted.... unlike right now they are not. The ACA...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing Activism / Healthcare Politics
  17. I was about to chime in, but I think it would be useless with the group in this thread. I'll go with your strategy and go...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing Activism / Healthcare Politics
  18. Per diem according to the employee/employer relationship but ACA redefines that based on avg hrs per week. So no matter...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing Activism / Healthcare Politics
  19. That will cost more money from employers......
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing Activism / Healthcare Politics
  20. It is not BS...... The ObamaCare employer mandate / employer penalty, originally set to begin in 2014, will be delayed...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing Activism / Healthcare Politics
  21. I respect your argument that the pharmacist should have handed over the epipen, but I don't think it is very fair to him to...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing News
  22. This is a really sad story. The headline could just as easily read "Girl Dies After Leaving Epipen Autoinjectors at...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing News
  23. In terms of prestige (which you asked about in your poll question), for what it's worth, any licensed RN can join the ANA,...
    Jolie
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  24. Who provides health care to these children when they are not at school? Is this not the responsibility of the parents? ...
    Jolie
    Forum: School Nurses
  25. Could be wrong but far as one knows most hospitals accept a variety of funding both public (Medicare, Medicaid) and private...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing News
  26. If the members of PFLAG, liberals and so forth of the Seattle area much less Washington State are worried about religious...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing News
  27. As a parent of children with asthma, I put the most blame on the parents who were called twice. I know when my boys are...
    Jolie
    Forum: School Nurses
  28. I agree with Jolie. This story is tragic. Saying that the fault lies with school because they don't have a nurse doesn't add...
    Jolie
    Forum: School Nurses
  29. Haha ok so I possibly came off dramatic! (Sorry waking up from my night shift) Parents should take the reins on...
    Jolie
    Forum: School Nurses
  30. Oh great! Bump the six month old, contentious thread! If the facilities policy on CPR was known to the patient and...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing News
  31. "These mergers could leave taxpayer-subsidized hospitals in the state subject to Catholic restrictions on assisted suicide,...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing News
  32. There is no evidence either part of this statement is true. I guess we just disagree on this. There is definite risk for...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing News
  33. ^I can agree with THIS...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing News
  34. Purely my opinion, but I think it's completely irrelevant if this person was or wasn't a nurse, whether she was or wasn't...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing News
  35. The question was raised about how hard the exam was--I used the NASN certification review book (which has practice tests for...
    Jolie
    Forum: School Nurses
  36. Schooldistrictnurse, RN, BSN, NCSN!!!! I passed the national certification exam!
    Jolie
    Forum: School Nurses
  37. Muno...not all locations have private ambulance services, some places the ONLY transport for a patient would be EMS.
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing News
  38. I don't know what the standard practice is, I do know of a case of a sudden death in a home where no CPR was wanted (per the...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing News
  39. Oh for the love of Pete. The employee on the phone was a nurse of some kind people, WAS, as in past tense, employed as one...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing News
  40. Excellent points! The employee apparently was not clear on how to handle the call and policy and procedures. The 911...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing News
  41. The intact survival rate for an out-of-hospital arrest for 87 year old isn't merely low - it approaches 0.
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing News
  42. Yes, I agree, but I saw there was some debate on that and didn't wish to get into the mire, lol. ;)
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing News
  43. Ghostbusters?
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing News
  44. There is information that we don't know about such as the actual policy and procedures of this facility. It is probably...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing News
  45. I don't think Medicare is involved at all in these independent living apartments. And 911 exists for emergencies. This...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing News
  46. "Survival to discharge" does not mean or even indicate a good neurological outcome. It just means that someone survived to...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing News
  47. Calling 911 is not doing if half-and-half. You call 911, EMS responds, they either code and transport or they pronounce....
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing News
  48. Misinformed? Perhaps... Survival rate of in-hospital is approx 12-15%... Rate of survival drops about 7% per minute...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing News
  49. Apples to oranges argument. A standard of care implies a duty to act. Good Samaritan acts describe liability protection if...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing News
  50. Here's what should be done. It should be law that one's code status is known. Your entire life, your code status must be...
    Jolie
    Forum: Nursing News


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