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HPRP Evaluation/ what do they ask?

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AbbeyR is a ADN, BSN and specializes in Step-down.

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Hi all!

i was suspended from job for waste discrepancy. Still under investigation with hospital, but I’m sure they will accuse me of diversion even with negative drug test. I’m thinking that will try to convince me to self report to HPRP. I’ve read a lot of shady stuff about the program and wanted to ask when you have your intake/evaluation what do they ask and/or they to get you to admit you have problem? (We use old school paper charting still so it’s not an omnicell/Pyxsis issue).

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Admit nothing and move on. 

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AbbeyR is a ADN, BSN and specializes in Step-down.

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@Randomnurse3 I do not intent to admit to anything, just fear that I’ll be their scapegoat for the many issues we’ve had with narcotics-i.e. shift counts freq off, meds being taking without signed out, co-signs not done right, (got me in trouble)Keys gone missing or taken home. I should have left along time ago and now I feel like I’m going to be burned at the stake. 

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Get an attorney, YESTERDAY!

And do not speak to anyone until you have met with the attorney, then refer all questions to that attorney.

Good luck and I am sorry you are in this spot.  I am sending good vibes your way!

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AbbeyR is a ADN, BSN and specializes in Step-down.

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@rn1965 

I spoke to an attorney. He told me that the hospital will not allow lawyers attend “internal meetings” per my email from management I was to respond with a statement of what happened. I admitted nothing. I was told after their investigation I would have to attend a meeting to go over the results. That was almost 2 weeks ago and I haven’t heard anything. I’ve been applying for jobs and so nervous when that ask about reaching out to my former employer. 

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KCMnurse has 36 years experience as a BSN, MSN, RN and specializes in Educator.

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Most employers will only say if you worked there and if you are eligible for rehire. No specifics and you may not even have to use them as a reference.

Admit nothing and keep looking for a new job.

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Well, it sounds like you are doing everything right.  I would not self report to any monitoring program (unless you truly know you need the help) and defer to an attorney if it goes that far.

Hopefully, their internal investigation will put you in the clear and you can go on with life.

I am not sure how they will respond when you use them as a job reference, but, hopefully, it will go in your favor.

 

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AbbeyR is a ADN, BSN and specializes in Step-down.

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@rn1965 @KCMnurse @Randomnurse3

Thank you so much for replying. It truly means so much to hear from you, I have no one else to confide in. HUGS

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The “professional” evaluators will ask you whatever they can to separate you from as much of your money and any funds you can beg,borrow or steal as possible.  Scum is way too nice a term for these “helping” professionals. 

Anyway, your case should never get to that as there is no proof you did anything from what you are saying.  Put your two weeks in, admit to nothing to nobody ever and move on with life

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