misdirected, unenlightened, no way to gain patient loyalty
Patient Care Technician (Current Employee) – Lafayette, IN – November 1, 2017
In a for-profit hospital, the bottom line is the almighty dollar, even if one has to cut corners.
In a typical day at work the manager reads the productivity sheet from Indianapolis--how many widgets were recorded, then attends meetings outside the department, consults with selected confab input group for new suggestions of how to bedevil other employees, decide who to fire next, and extract more money from insurance companies and the government.
Management says they're interested in patients as a teaching hospital, but c'mon, they're 'for-profit'; working for the best interest of patients is only for those employees with personal integrity that have been employed at other ethical facilities in the past.
snazzy color uniforms if you like red and black
penny-pinching, yet charge employees for toothpicks?