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  • Oct 23

    Are any of those patients currently reading all these stories? If so, could the real slim shady please stand up?

  • Oct 21

    Are any of those patients currently reading all these stories? If so, could the real slim shady please stand up?

  • Sep 26

    Stay OFF the drugs! In MHO, weed just numbs the brain but it does not take the pain away for ever.

  • Sep 25

    I would have told that nurse sup NO. I already started drinking.

    I hate management that panic to fast and call people off just to realize 30 minutes later that they really need all hands on deck. I do not condone such thinking. If you tell me I am off, then I go on to do other things as my mind is already made up.

  • Sep 18

    I go home with pay. I am a salary employee. Other times, I catch up on the tons of mandatory training required or other government related politics.

  • Sep 17

    I go home with pay. I am a salary employee. Other times, I catch up on the tons of mandatory training required or other government related politics.

  • Aug 24

    Have you contacted your BON? It may be a while before anything shows up on your record. Has it been a month? It would not hurt to call the BON and check for yourself. According to some of your postings, I do not agree on how they behave. It sort of boils my blood that there are some spineless lifeforms out there. Good luck.

  • Aug 9

    Quote from Mhsrnbsn
    I find those Pyxis machines are horrible. Sometimes my finger print logs me in under someone else! My facility is aware of this issue. We have manual log in with a username and pass but only after 3 failed attempts to finger in. Its biometrics but I doubt it's the most sophisticated level. .
    This is nuts! What is that facility doing about this issue? How long have they been aware of it? Perhaps a call to the state's agency or other higher regulating body needs to be involved ASAP on their relaxed approach to fix that issue.

    I hope for the OP that all goes well. I deeply wish there is video surveillance in that facility. Using video and the reports with time stamps from the Pyxis should help clear your name. OP, remain cooperative and do not come across as resisting during any part of the investigation. I've read the entire thread and so far you have volunteered to provide samples. That's good. Think before you speak and document everything. Yes, everything! Time, date, location, people involved, times they were there in the meeting, what was said and so on.

    I've been involved in peer review panels where I've served as the senior member and it does help that you come across as cooperative. Come forward denying and refusing to provide a urine sample is not good for you. Good for you that the urine sample came back negative.

    You did not make any mention on video. I hope there is video. In my facility, the one I am currently stationed at, security keeps the video for 30 days. After 30, it is gone. Video does not lie. My last peer review was a nightmare but the video clearly showed who was at fault.

    Like others have mentioned, I suspect that you did not log out and someone got in under your log in. As already mentioned, these systems have an auto log off, but the time out allocation is ridiculous! Anyone can get in after you leave and can get whatever they want under your log in.

    I am very OCD when it comes to narcs. We have fingerprint technology plus video. When we log in, the system greets us with an auditory message plus my name. This helps since there are times that I do not look at the login section showing my name. Because some of the comments made on this post, I am now very curious to see how the fingerprint algorithm works at my current facility. I have one colleague that can't log on with her fingerprint no matter what she does...

    I also make it a habit to change my password often because there are many of my colleagues that do not bother turning their heads while I login and get fuzzy when I tell them to look away. I tell them not call me to help them be their witness during narc waste. That usually works.

    I would recommend that the chart on that pt gets reviewed and see who signed giving the narc. I hope for you that the administration has done this.

    These investigations take time. A lot of time and I feel for you. In the end, if the admin does not find anything pointing towards you, they will take a bit more time to figure out how to pull their head out of the sand and come up with an apology to keep you happy from not seeking further legal action against them.

    Until then, I am keeping my fingers crossed for a positive outcome on your favor. Please let us know how things resolve.

    r.

  • Aug 9

    Quote from Mhsrnbsn
    I find those Pyxis machines are horrible. Sometimes my finger print logs me in under someone else! My facility is aware of this issue. We have manual log in with a username and pass but only after 3 failed attempts to finger in. Its biometrics but I doubt it's the most sophisticated level. .
    This is nuts! What is that facility doing about this issue? How long have they been aware of it? Perhaps a call to the state's agency or other higher regulating body needs to be involved ASAP on their relaxed approach to fix that issue.

    I hope for the OP that all goes well. I deeply wish there is video surveillance in that facility. Using video and the reports with time stamps from the Pyxis should help clear your name. OP, remain cooperative and do not come across as resisting during any part of the investigation. I've read the entire thread and so far you have volunteered to provide samples. That's good. Think before you speak and document everything. Yes, everything! Time, date, location, people involved, times they were there in the meeting, what was said and so on.

    I've been involved in peer review panels where I've served as the senior member and it does help that you come across as cooperative. Come forward denying and refusing to provide a urine sample is not good for you. Good for you that the urine sample came back negative.

    You did not make any mention on video. I hope there is video. In my facility, the one I am currently stationed at, security keeps the video for 30 days. After 30, it is gone. Video does not lie. My last peer review was a nightmare but the video clearly showed who was at fault.

    Like others have mentioned, I suspect that you did not log out and someone got in under your log in. As already mentioned, these systems have an auto log off, but the time out allocation is ridiculous! Anyone can get in after you leave and can get whatever they want under your log in.

    I am very OCD when it comes to narcs. We have fingerprint technology plus video. When we log in, the system greets us with an auditory message plus my name. This helps since there are times that I do not look at the login section showing my name. Because some of the comments made on this post, I am now very curious to see how the fingerprint algorithm works at my current facility. I have one colleague that can't log on with her fingerprint no matter what she does...

    I also make it a habit to change my password often because there are many of my colleagues that do not bother turning their heads while I login and get fuzzy when I tell them to look away. I tell them not call me to help them be their witness during narc waste. That usually works.

    I would recommend that the chart on that pt gets reviewed and see who signed giving the narc. I hope for you that the administration has done this.

    These investigations take time. A lot of time and I feel for you. In the end, if the admin does not find anything pointing towards you, they will take a bit more time to figure out how to pull their head out of the sand and come up with an apology to keep you happy from not seeking further legal action against them.

    Until then, I am keeping my fingers crossed for a positive outcome on your favor. Please let us know how things resolve.

    r.

  • Aug 8

    Quote from Mhsrnbsn
    I find those Pyxis machines are horrible. Sometimes my finger print logs me in under someone else! My facility is aware of this issue. We have manual log in with a username and pass but only after 3 failed attempts to finger in. Its biometrics but I doubt it's the most sophisticated level. .
    This is nuts! What is that facility doing about this issue? How long have they been aware of it? Perhaps a call to the state's agency or other higher regulating body needs to be involved ASAP on their relaxed approach to fix that issue.

    I hope for the OP that all goes well. I deeply wish there is video surveillance in that facility. Using video and the reports with time stamps from the Pyxis should help clear your name. OP, remain cooperative and do not come across as resisting during any part of the investigation. I've read the entire thread and so far you have volunteered to provide samples. That's good. Think before you speak and document everything. Yes, everything! Time, date, location, people involved, times they were there in the meeting, what was said and so on.

    I've been involved in peer review panels where I've served as the senior member and it does help that you come across as cooperative. Come forward denying and refusing to provide a urine sample is not good for you. Good for you that the urine sample came back negative.

    You did not make any mention on video. I hope there is video. In my facility, the one I am currently stationed at, security keeps the video for 30 days. After 30, it is gone. Video does not lie. My last peer review was a nightmare but the video clearly showed who was at fault.

    Like others have mentioned, I suspect that you did not log out and someone got in under your log in. As already mentioned, these systems have an auto log off, but the time out allocation is ridiculous! Anyone can get in after you leave and can get whatever they want under your log in.

    I am very OCD when it comes to narcs. We have fingerprint technology plus video. When we log in, the system greets us with an auditory message plus my name. This helps since there are times that I do not look at the login section showing my name. Because some of the comments made on this post, I am now very curious to see how the fingerprint algorithm works at my current facility. I have one colleague that can't log on with her fingerprint no matter what she does...

    I also make it a habit to change my password often because there are many of my colleagues that do not bother turning their heads while I login and get fuzzy when I tell them to look away. I tell them not call me to help them be their witness during narc waste. That usually works.

    I would recommend that the chart on that pt gets reviewed and see who signed giving the narc. I hope for you that the administration has done this.

    These investigations take time. A lot of time and I feel for you. In the end, if the admin does not find anything pointing towards you, they will take a bit more time to figure out how to pull their head out of the sand and come up with an apology to keep you happy from not seeking further legal action against them.

    Until then, I am keeping my fingers crossed for a positive outcome on your favor. Please let us know how things resolve.

    r.

  • Aug 7

    Quote from Mhsrnbsn
    I find those Pyxis machines are horrible. Sometimes my finger print logs me in under someone else! My facility is aware of this issue. We have manual log in with a username and pass but only after 3 failed attempts to finger in. Its biometrics but I doubt it's the most sophisticated level. .
    This is nuts! What is that facility doing about this issue? How long have they been aware of it? Perhaps a call to the state's agency or other higher regulating body needs to be involved ASAP on their relaxed approach to fix that issue.

    I hope for the OP that all goes well. I deeply wish there is video surveillance in that facility. Using video and the reports with time stamps from the Pyxis should help clear your name. OP, remain cooperative and do not come across as resisting during any part of the investigation. I've read the entire thread and so far you have volunteered to provide samples. That's good. Think before you speak and document everything. Yes, everything! Time, date, location, people involved, times they were there in the meeting, what was said and so on.

    I've been involved in peer review panels where I've served as the senior member and it does help that you come across as cooperative. Come forward denying and refusing to provide a urine sample is not good for you. Good for you that the urine sample came back negative.

    You did not make any mention on video. I hope there is video. In my facility, the one I am currently stationed at, security keeps the video for 30 days. After 30, it is gone. Video does not lie. My last peer review was a nightmare but the video clearly showed who was at fault.

    Like others have mentioned, I suspect that you did not log out and someone got in under your log in. As already mentioned, these systems have an auto log off, but the time out allocation is ridiculous! Anyone can get in after you leave and can get whatever they want under your log in.

    I am very OCD when it comes to narcs. We have fingerprint technology plus video. When we log in, the system greets us with an auditory message plus my name. This helps since there are times that I do not look at the login section showing my name. Because some of the comments made on this post, I am now very curious to see how the fingerprint algorithm works at my current facility. I have one colleague that can't log on with her fingerprint no matter what she does...

    I also make it a habit to change my password often because there are many of my colleagues that do not bother turning their heads while I login and get fuzzy when I tell them to look away. I tell them not call me to help them be their witness during narc waste. That usually works.

    I would recommend that the chart on that pt gets reviewed and see who signed giving the narc. I hope for you that the administration has done this.

    These investigations take time. A lot of time and I feel for you. In the end, if the admin does not find anything pointing towards you, they will take a bit more time to figure out how to pull their head out of the sand and come up with an apology to keep you happy from not seeking further legal action against them.

    Until then, I am keeping my fingers crossed for a positive outcome on your favor. Please let us know how things resolve.

    r.

  • Aug 3

    Patience grasshopper! Patience.... you will get there. Don't be in a hurry.

  • Jul 30

    Patience grasshopper! Patience.... you will get there. Don't be in a hurry.

  • Jul 30

    Patience grasshopper! Patience.... you will get there. Don't be in a hurry.

  • Jul 16

    Are any of those patients currently reading all these stories? If so, could the real slim shady please stand up?


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