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IPN readiness to complete evaluation

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I have been given a list of IPN approved evaluators for my readiness to complete evaluation. However, I moved to Florida not long ago, so I am not familiar with any of them. The ones around my area charge $1000-1500 for the evaluation which I think is excessive.

Edited by sirI

Why do you need a readiness to complete? I am in IPN. I know if you haven't worked as an RN and or haven't shown readiness they can ask for one. I am assuming you haven't been in IPN very long. I would ask for more evaluators. I paid $500 for my evaluation when I moved to Florida from California. Entering into my 4th year.

Ok I read through your posts. I see you transferred your program, and you would be completing IPN in less then 5 years. Which is what I wish I could of done. California, makes you complete what you haven't finished if I return to that state.

They don't allow concurrent monitoring programs. I have been doing this since 2006…UGGGH

Where do you live??

Gabby

Edited by gabby3

So, I have a 2 year contract. I started in Alabama, completed 1 year, and moved to Florida. My contract will technically be up in Septempter, but I have not had 4 employer reviews in Florida because I did not get my license here until January. So, since I have not had 4 employer reviews they want me to have a readiness to complete evaluation.

I love in Wellington, Palm beach county!

sirI, MSN, APRN, NP

Specializes in Education, FP, LNC, Forensics, ED, OB. Has 30 years experience.

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The psychiatrist are in bed in IPN. Very few "doctors" are accepted by IPN for evaluation/treatment. These so-called doctors know this, so they will charge $1000-$1,500 for a 1hr eval. They know your career depends on it. Can someone tell me, why this isn't called extortion?

Big Blondie, ADN, BSN, MSN

Has 32 years experience.

Fyi. These charges are tax deductible because they are fees required to maintain licensure.

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