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Alexis36 has 13 years experience and specializes in SNF.

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Alexis36 has 13 years experience and specializes in SNF.

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I don’t know if they would help, due to I’m already in contract

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catsmeow1972 has 15 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in OR.

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Absolutely an attorney could help. I did not have one in the beginning because I was under the sadly mistaken impression that these idiots were there to help me. By the time I found the only ‘help’ they had was helping themselves to the contents of my bank account and so long as they got their money they couldn’t care wether I dropped dead or not. When I started realizing that and got tired of the bullying and the lies and the game playing and the ‘lets make up new rule as we go along and call it policy’, I retained an attorney and let him do the talking. I learned A LOT about this stuff. These programs get away with murder because people are scared of them. 
Yeah, you are under contract and you have to abide by what you signed, but so do they. Something I learned is that this stuff is ‘contract law’...not administrative, like the boards...basically means they are beholden to their side of the deal too. That attorney that you need to go get can explain that in much better detail, but in a nutshell, you still have rights. These people depend on you either not knowing that or being too cowed to exercise them.

Look up TAANA. Generally, any of them will likely chat with you for a bit for either free or a very reasonable small fee. If nothing else, you will have some impartial insight as to your standing.

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Alexis36 has 13 years experience and specializes in SNF.

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1 minute ago, catsmeow1972 said:

Absolutely an attorney could help. I did not have one in the beginning because I was under the sadly mistaken impression that these idiots were there to help me. By the time I found the only ‘help’ they had was helping themselves to the contents of my bank account and so long as they got their money they couldn’t care wether I dropped dead or not. When I started realizing that and got tired of the bullying and the lies and the game playing and the ‘lets make up new rule as we go along and call it policy’, I retained an attorney and let him do the talking. I learned A LOT about this stuff. These programs get away with murder because people are scared of them. 
Yeah, you are under contract and you have to abide by what you signed, but so do they. Something I learned is that this stuff is ‘contract law’...not administrative, like the boards...basically means they are beholden to their side of the deal too. That attorney that you need to go get can explain that in much better detail, but in a nutshell, you still have rights. These people depend on you either not knowing that or being too cowed to exercise them.

Look up TAANA. Generally, any of them will likely chat with you for a bit for either free or a very reasonable small fee. If nothing else, you will have some impartial insight as to your standing.

Thank you so much, I didn’t know, they stated in the contract I signed, I waived my right to a fair hearing, going check TAANA now

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J.Adderton has 27 years experience as a BSN, MSN.

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I have been monitored for 3.5 years and missed checking in once when selected for testing.  I think I received letter (or email) but nothing beyond that.  I am also notorious for missing checking in sometimes during the holidays, but again, it is not often.  They maintain a very exact record but nothing compared to this.  I know they do act if more than 2 tests are missed.

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Alexis36 has 13 years experience and specializes in SNF.

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7 minutes ago, J.Adderton said:

I have been monitored for 3.5 years and missed checking in once when selected for testing.  I think I received letter (or email) but nothing beyond that.  I am also notorious for missing checking in sometimes during the holidays, but again, it is not often.  They maintain a very exact record but nothing compared to this.  I know they do act if more than 2 tests are missed.

One time, that’s all I had, Louisiana, has it out for me

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J.Adderton has 27 years experience as a BSN, MSN.

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Did you have any other areas of non-compliance (missed self reports, medication verification report, meetings, workplace issues)? If so, maybe the missed check-in was the straw that broke the.... well you know the saying.  I don't know if this was your circumstances- but did happen to a nurse I know.

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chadprepton has 7 years experience as a ADN and specializes in Telephonic and Addictions Nursing.

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On 2/24/2020 at 7:28 PM, Alexis36 said:

One time, that’s all I had, Louisiana, has it out for me

9 Years and this is the only thing you did wrong?  That is crazy.  I'm sorry.  Now that you license is suspend a lawyer could def help.

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On 2/24/2020 at 2:04 PM, DeeAngel said:

 

Get a nurse specialist attorney, this is not a do it yourself fix

 

I agree. The board have a team of lawyers who have never set foot in our shoes and never practiced as nurses, you should get you one too. 
 

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KatEverly is a BSN and specializes in ABSN Grad w/ previous BA in Psych.

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Can I ask if the supervisor ever overturned the decision? This situation sounds terrible and I am extremely sorry you are going through it! “Lawyer up” is the best advice out there.

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Alexis36 has 13 years experience and specializes in SNF.

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On 3/3/2020 at 11:50 PM, KatEverly said:

Can I ask if the supervisor ever overturned the decision? This situation sounds terrible and I am extremely sorry you are going through it! “Lawyer up” is the best advice out there.

Yes, they are presenting it for reconsideration, next week

On 2/25/2020 at 8:58 PM, chadprepton said:

9 Years and this is the only thing you did wrong?  That is crazy.  I'm sorry.  Now that you license is suspend a lawyer could def help.

Yes, I assume it’s because It was a missed check in with a selection

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KatEverly is a BSN and specializes in ABSN Grad w/ previous BA in Psych.

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Keep us updated! We care. 

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Alexis36 has 13 years experience and specializes in SNF.

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On 3/6/2020 at 10:14 PM, KatEverly said:

Keep us updated! We care. 
 

I’m a nervous wreck, but I didn’t think they would reconsider at all, I’m grateful for that! I will keep you updated.

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