So, I'm an LPN currently looking for a job. I received a phone call from a lady about a home health position. She asked if I had any experience working with the elderly but, it wasn't required. She said she has no professional training of her own. But, the more we talked the shadier it sounded. She said that you get paid through medicaid (which sounded legit at first). She told me she was pregnant and looking for someone to fill in for her when she couldn't be there, when she didn't feel like being there, and when her maternity leave came to be. But, she told me that she would fill out the medicaid time sheet as if she worked and then would pay me out of her paycheck, but she would have to take additional taxes out. She asked me if I was a "pill popper" I said no. She then asked me this three other times. She said they had to fire three people already for being "pill poppers" and currently have a temp girl they can't keep because she is a "pill popper". I got so tired of hearing the word "pill popper". She said the shift was from 6:30am to 5:30pm. But, I could pretty much show up when I wanted, and I could take a 2 hour break during the day. But, what ever I did make sure I put on the time sheet I was there the whole time. She also said that you have to put the patient in bed before you leave. This man had a stroke and is paralyzed on one side of his body, and can't get out of bed without assistance. He stays in bed for 10 hours? It didn't make since. I drove by there a couple of times when she was suppose to be working and her car was nowhere to be seen. The whole situation seemed strange. So, I called her and told her I didn't want the job. It seems to me this man is being neglected, and they are playing the medicaid system. Should I report any of this, or just not get involved?