RE: RE: [Histonet] a question on ethics

From:"Linda Blazek"

Seems to me you have already shut down and have made up your mind that
you are done and don't want to accept some of the great ideas that have
been offered today.  If your goal is to solve the problems you have
encountered then the histonet has offered some wonderful help.  

>>>  8/13/2004 1:47:06 PM >>>

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: "''" ,  pam marcum
>     ,,  Joe
> CC:
> Subject: RE: RE: [Histonet] a question on ethics
> Let your physician know that the person in charge is ultimately
> 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
> newspaper headlines.
> Gary Gill
> -----Original Message-----
> From: [] 
> Sent: Friday, August 13, 2004 12:34 PM
> To: pam marcum;; Joe Nocito
> Cc:
> Subject: Re: RE: [Histonet] a question on ethics
> I sent copies of incident reports to RM but my manager wants us to do
> 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" 
> > Subject: RE: [Histonet] a question on ethics
> > 
> > 

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