Nurses Masquerading As Doctors (INSULTING) - page 9

Read more: Nurses Masquerading as Doctors What do you guys think about this idiot, and the ignorant nonsense he is blabbering over on fox news? Kind of insulting to those of us who have spent... Read More

  1. Visit  kalevra profile page
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    Quote from Susie2310
    The general public are not stupid. Once you lose trust, you lose confidence, and then what's left? Trust and confidence are earned, take a long time to build, are easily lost, and are very hard, if not impossible, to regain.
    My facility is not the only one in town. However, it is the only one that the target demographics able to "afford". The state reimbursement program many are enrolled in are not accepted by the other facilities.

    My understanding is, we are literally the only game in town for these demographics. It is also my understanding that based on convenience, we are located in the heart of the "Iron Triangle" so we get many homeless etc coming in. The other facilities are in the outskirts of town or in suburban like neighborhoods.

    Aggressive marketing campaigns can really sway public opinion. I would not be surprised if this works. Just going to wait and see, Ill try and keep this updated.
  2. Visit  kalevra profile page
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    Quote from PMFB-RN
    Wow, you work for a terrible facility! We very seldom read of something so obviously unethical talked about so openly.

    BTW there is no precedent for teaching staff who do not hold doctorates to be called "Doctor" in academia.
    Lol, yeah its not the greatest place to work. The pay is high but at a very high cost in terms of staff satisfaction. That is why I am exploring other avenues. This is a segway into the business side of things.

    The more I look at the trends, the more I see the bedside staff getting the short end of the stick. I don't want to be on the losing side of the war. I have to do what I feel is best for me and my family. Coming home after a 12 hour shift, back hurting, and tired is not how I want to spend the rest of my 20 years.

    As for ethics, read/watch enough news and I have some to the conclusion that business wins almost all the time. The
  3. Visit  PMFB-RN profile page
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    Quote from kalevra
    Lol, yeah its not the greatest place to work. The pay is high but at a very high cost in terms of staff satisfaction. That is why I am exploring other avenues. This is a segway into the business side of things.

    The more I look at the trends, the more I see the bedside staff getting the short end of the stick. I don't want to be on the losing side of the war. I have to do what I feel is best for me and my family. Coming home after a 12 hour shift, back hurting, and tired is not how I want to spend the rest of my 20 years.

    As for ethics, read/watch enough news and I have some to the conclusion that business wins almost all the time. The
    Ya you are right. However there are some checks and balances. In most cases the little guy gets screwed. However with such a blatantly unethical strategy the hospital is really hanging it's butt on the line. One news reporter is all it would take to create a huge scandal.

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