In this position, I was part of a group that provided coaching patients to meet their metrics for patient health growth.
This company spent TOO much time on meetings that did not apply to our office in Plano, Texas. Too many supervisors were very, very controlling. As nurses, we were told upon orientation that we were NOT ALLOWED TO PROVIDE CPR should a fellow coworker and/or outsider was to need CPR.
This company also used the group we were in that were told they had compact status to talk with patients. Unfortunately, after being told that our group was talking with patients out of compact state, most of the nurses resided.
Nefarious methods being done by manager.