RE: RE: [Histonet] a question on ethics
There is also the issue that this position is not what I was told it would be. I also didn't expect to have so many issues such as a tech that can't work up to my standards. Also I keep asking myself if it is worth it esp. when this isn't turning out to be the job I expected it to be. Lastly, how can I work for someone I can't respect or trust? Any thought on that?
> From: Gary Gill
> Date: 2004/08/13 Fri PM 01:39:01 EDT
> To: "'firstname.lastname@example.org'" , pam marcum
> , email@example.com, Joe Nocito
> CC: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: RE: RE: [Histonet] a question on ethics
> Let your physician know that the person in charge is ultimately responsible
> that the lab is run by the book. There are right ways and wrong ways to do
> things. Wrong is indefensible. Among possible penalties, CMS can shut down
> the lab. Surely your boss doesn't want to see the lab's name in the local
> newspaper headlines.
> Gary Gill
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> I sent copies of incident reports to RM but my manager wants us to do our
> own internal quality control. How are things suppose to get fixed that way?
> My physician doesn't like to deal with these situations and refers me to my
> manager. I'm running in circles!!! Ron
> > From: "pam marcum"
> > Date: 2004/08/13 Fri AM 09:11:34 EDT
> > To: , ,
> > "Joe Nocito"
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