Post-Irma Deaths Bring Probe for Florida Nursing Home Bloomberg BNA.
We've shown how hospitals throw out brand new supplies, nursing homes flush tons of unexpired medication ... He said the microdrop project failed because it raised too many questions — all of them about profits. First, would competitors in the cutthroat.
Increased nursing home care begs the question of who will pay for it and how will they pay for it, he said. "Out-of-pocket spending is not particularly large, on average, but the risk of long stays and of correspondingly large out-of-pocket spending is.
Still, experts say, over-prescribing of high-potency opioids for common conditions such as back pain has created a national culture of painkiller use and abuse. As doctors cut .... One of them was a nursing student in her late 20s from St. Bernard.
The study did not reflect changes to the IM-MOC blueprint that occurred in 2015, which incorporated data used in the review of 2010 to 2013 IM-MOC exams , according to Bradley Gray, PhD, of the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) in Philadelphia.
The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC), which regulates more than 680,000 nurses and midwives, is gathering information concerning whether the tests should be changed, which will be discussed at a board meeting later this week. Yet, some are concerned.
I currently work in a not-for-profit aged care facility as a Registered Nurse . Last week I had to work an evening shift 2:30pm to 11pm followed immediately by a night duty shift from 11pm to 7am the next morning. This happens regularly in my facility.
Arizona's largest nursing school has agreed to a decree of censure after state regulators alleged violations of nursing rules and after the school's graduates slipped below the state's standards for passage rates on the registered nurse licensing exam.
“I don’t even feel comfortable saying that I’m in the middle,” said Riley Mattson, a 20-year-old nursing student at Brigham Young ... Reporters asked them a series of wide-ranging questions about their political leanings, how their religious.
She recalls trying to stifle her emotion, but the tears just flowed. For the past six years, she had been bypassed in promotion. While her friends and colleagues rejoiced, she quietly left the room. She walked the long corridors, not seeing the staff.