Archive for July, 2016

Dialysis patients aren’t the only victims of Blacklisting….Nurses Black Listed Too

Monday, July 11, 2016 | By William Tinker | No Comments

Source: Blacklisting: The dirty side of travel nursing – Nephrology News & Issues

The above source spells out the problem in nursing.

Dialysis patients aren’t the only victims of Blacklisting; a practice where false accusations are used  as retaliation for questioning care or clinics conditions or abuse. These are used against patients to terminate their care; they are then Blacklisted from all of the clinics in their area. Now comes evidence that these same tactics of false information  is used to terminate nurse early from a contract to save money or retaliation or plain vindictiveness.

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UnitedHealthcare Sues Dialysis Chain Over Billing – The New York Times

Monday, July 4, 2016 | By William Tinker | No Comments

The suit accuses the chain of pushing patients out of government programs and into UnitedHealthcare plans, which pay more for dialysis treatment.

Source: UnitedHealthcare Sues Dialysis Chain Over Billing – The New York Times

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