First addressing spam and back room comments, if that file is porno or unrelated ecommerce backlinks they go away. Don’t know why some comments go to spam, but get reviewed there anyways. The main issue here now is some comments wanting names and details about quasi opinionated information. Almost all of the interviewed nurses claiming what is stated here have asked for anonymity out of retaliation fears. Not all of them. Although there are, presently several working both sides of the court system, their cave on two are out of state. Good luck, it took 20 yrs to get Broadway Joe with many dead. Bad move pardoning this guy. Point is the future is more of the same Road to Hell Will Be Paved With Good Intentions. I don’t deny the court judicial approach but since the constitution in Arizona doesn’t exist its only function is documentation; that 007 is annoyed at. Although I do applaud the judicial documentation.
Nightingale was clear about Nursing Boards remaining in education with no connections for monitoring for several reasons, but paramount was statistical gathering of nurse entities which associations with illnesses became a conclusive successful treatment. Clinical issues are clinical issues and determining evaluations should not be done from afar. Basically only the nurse, and more importantly, nurses in the field of patient contact were the only ones capable of assessing nursing functions.
The diverse nature of the industry created many practices where independent nursing was common hence the need for monitoring rolls in. Time stands still for U.S. to be very high in the field of health care quality practicing hands on training with Nightinel principles with classroom closely associated with hands on follow-up training. By 1988 the advancements created more patients whom were allowed less clinical time; the workload increases, the need for more staff increases the machines get more sophisticated to do the clinical numbers. The socially trained nurses disappears, or in the State of Arizona, gets busted for doing good deeds, the artificial intelligent control moves in. And keeps moving.
The robots now seen on the horizon compared to what is already in place, AKA homo sapiens is accepted as simply doing a better job. When have you seen a machine not do a better job? Artificial intelligence can easily take over regulatory agencies and do a much better job and free up those wasted positions of high dollar employee costs to reduce the massive nurse shortage seen everywhere.
Therefore, the future of regulatory agencies lies in the hands of robots as they’re incorruptible, way less costly than the millions paid out to employees whom are poorly perceived by the public; for good reason. Believing this or not, it is right in front of you. Can you imagine just having aka atm where you input the evidence of a compliant and get an answer in a few minutes. Its possible. Sorry Flo, somebody let the lamp go out. Peary Brown retired R.N.