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Originally posted by Nursejr
Just a quick comment for the night regarding the No Pay story. Not to sound cruel or mean. But would you offer your house to somebody when you know they couldn't pay the rent? I mean, isn't housing a right? How often do you give food to someone who has no money? And if you do, how long would you do it? I mean, isn't food and shelter basic human rights?
All I ask is to put yourself into the insurance/hospital's shoes for a while.
Originally posted by brilab45
reply to post by Binder
There is no doubt in my mind that nurses with advanced degree's do in fact have knowledge that would rival a P.A. or an actual doctor.
But be careful. OP, you are not an accredited doctor by any means. You may have seen and heard things that make you quiver and make you question the ethics of a Doctor.
You are not a PHD. Get your degree first and then come back and tell us your story. Your story will instill more confidence with the aforementioned.
There is nothing worse than less accredited individuals giving us medical information. Follow your doctors orders. That is how it is in your business.
If you disagree with your Doctor supervisors....file a grievance. No doubt you are intelligent. Get your degree first and then tell us your story.