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In a nutshell the management was unbearable and unsupportive.
non RN Liaison (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVJanuary 9, 2013
Pros: the good team work with all the marketing staff.
Cons: stressful keeping the daily numbers up.
Enjoyed the hospital and home contacts to sign up patients for hospice. I enjoyed giving educational seminars to physicians and families.The paperwork was pretty easy and I learned not to be afraid of dying.
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Poor management, negative environment in the inpatient unit
RN inpatient unit (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NV.November 4, 2012
Pros: your able to take your lunch break on a consistent basis.
Cons: ridiculous amount of paper charting with redundancy and scrutiny. negative environment.
Ridiculous amount of paper charting with excessive redundancy which is copied and scrutinized on a daily basis to be given back to you for corrections.
Rules in re: to paper work can change on a daily basis up to 5 different times.
You feel like from day one ANYTHING can and will be used against you if they decide they want to fire you.
Employee turnover rate seems to be nonstop.
Run out of supplies frequently, such as normal saline, med cups, dressings and IV caps.
No consideration for employee or patient safety, do NOT use a needless system. Gloves are the poorest quality I've ever had to use, lackadaisical approach to isolation for c-diff or MRSA. Dont supply sanitizing wipes.
It seems like the biggest concern is the charting and that the necessary information is there for 100% Pay by Medicare they don't really care about much else in re: to the employees or how you provide the care as long as there are no complaints from family.
Poor insurance and benefits.
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Was not micro-managed.
Professional Liaison (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVMay 15, 2012
Pros: educationing adults/ professional individuals.
Cons: 6 years of watching people die. i needed a break.
Educated individuals on the importance of hospice both at the hospital and in patients homes. Evaluated patients by looking throough patient's charts in the hospital. And evauuating indivduals at their home. Patients had to a a life threating disease and wanting no additional treatment to use hospice as a Medicare, Medicaid or private insurance.

Management was about training new employees and to determine whether they could handle the responsible of dying patients, speaking with doctors and assessing patients for appropriateness of hospice.

I worked with a terrific team.

Watch young individuals die in front of me.

Comforting people and knowing they would be comfortable through the dying process.