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  1. how to be an efficient MDS coordinator
    In order to help us answer this question, how many residents are you responsible for and how many of them are Medicare? Do you have any help? What else are you responsible for? Thank you!
    Aug 18, '11
    Forum: MDS Coordinator Information
  2. Am I freak for charting meds as I pull them?
    I sign for each med as I pull it. IF, and it is rare, a patient refuses the meds, I then circle each med and waste it. That does not happen often. After you get to know your patients, or in...
    Aug 18, '11
    Forum: Geriatric Nurses / LTC Nursing
  3. Speedy med pass
    Some of the speed comes with experience and organization. The other thing I have found is often the nurses that pass meds the fastest are not giving OTCs, eye drops, or other meds where it is more...
    Aug 18, '11
    Forum: Geriatric Nurses / LTC Nursing
  4. frequent call in's or no shows
    I work at a facility in Wyoming where we used to have a great PRN staff of nurses and CNAs. The current DON and past to wannabe ADONs got mad at the PRNs when they wouldn't or couldn't work every...
    Aug 18, '11
    Forum: Geriatric Nurses / LTC Nursing
  5. Mission Healthcare - LTC
    I am considering going to work for Mission Healthcare who has LTC facilities in Minnesota, South Dakota, and Wyoming. Does anyone have experience with them? What I am looking for is staffing ratios,...
    Aug 18, '11
    Forum: South Dakota Nursing
  6. Mission Healthcare - LTC
    I am considering going to work for Mission Healthcare who has LTC facilities in Minnesota, South Dakota, and Wyoming. Does anyone have experience with them? What I am looking for is staffing...
    Aug 18, '11
    Forum: Minnesota Nursing


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