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  • Kathleen Sullivan Fierro

    Brilliant…

  • Kathleen Sullivan Fierro

    Brilliant…

  • Danny Song

    Unfortunately they have a monopoly on the Medicare contract for what they do.

  • Danny Song

    Unfortunately they have a monopoly on the Medicare contract for what they do.

  • Gina Cotton Simpson

    Nail on the head

  • Jeanne Wilcox

    Oh, this is so true!!!

  • Valella Jo West

    I love it, like always say , they have to find things in order to justify their existence.

  • Valella Jo West

    I love it, like always say , they have to find things in order to justify their existence.

  • Carey Hill

    I hear squeaky white shoes on the clip board slinging inspector. nurse Cratchett lives.

  • Gomerblog

    They must be just smoking crack

  • Steve Davis

    It’s all about job security.

  • Steve Davis

    Do completely sealed, individually packaged tongue depressors really need an expiration date? No. Then implement rule requiring all individually packaged tongue depressors past their required, printed expiration date to be discarded for patient safety.

  • Maria Stefos Angott

    Omg, it’s so true!

  • Chase Buehler

    Every shift report ends as ‘and also no food or drinks at the nurses station or cows’, *everyone disperses holding their coffees*

  • Jeanne Sincavage

    Sounds about right!

  • Anne Parks

    Yikes-in the interest of self preservation I’m not sure I want to read the flowchart.

  • John Noschese

    And shouldn’t this be in a circle?

  • John Noschese

    Blunt is not mentioned anywhere, I thought this was a Joint committee?

  • Pamela Hall Duerr

    I knew it!

  • Jeff Abney

    Anne Parks

  • Maureen Moreland

    Very true

  • Helen Aanstoos

    Should also make sure everything is locked up to ensure inaccessibility!

  • Theresa Terri Higginbotham-Torretti
  • Margi Dalgleish Roth

    I thought this was a satire site.

  • Robin Fahringer Mitchell Machajewski

    Mickey, if you have actually cared for patients (and remember it) you are not QUALIFIED to be in management. ;-)

  • Mickey Adams

    This is the truth. Can’t wait to get out of management for this reason. Logic does not apply.

  • Kurt Ullman

    I thought that the change from the JCAHO to just JC was in response the standard reply in the hospital after they left: “I wonder what they were smokin’.”

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