Annie is a Texas LVN nurse who graduated from a university in Houston. Annie has a deep employment history. She has been affiliated with at least ten employers. Being in possession of an LVN license, she was able to work at a Senior Care Center for a period years and five months. This was the case until she was charged before the Texas Board of Nursing (BON) in Houston, Texas. There was a case filed against Annie for allegedly falsifying a document in the administration of several medicines.
A Nurse Charged With Falsification and Fraud
It was stated in the Medication Administration Record and the Individual Resident’s Controlled Substances Report that she has given the proper dosage of the medications. However, the fact was established that the resident in the Center did not really receive any medicine at all. As a result of such act, an erroneous and inaccurate medical record was created.
The complaint says that the failure to administer the medication could have resulted to the non-efficacious treatment of the patient involved.
At the same time, she was also found to have been responsible for misappropriating the amount of medicine that each patient was diagnosed to take.It was also established that Annie failed to prevent the misappropriation of the dosage. By doing this act, Annie was alleged to have defrauded the facility as well as the residents of the costs of the medicine. There was an allegation that all her acts placed the lives of the patients in danger. As such, she must be held liable for what she has done.
Without any legal assistance, Annie responded the complaint from Texas Board of Nursing her own. The result was not favorable. Your license is important and it is your livelihood. You only have 20 days to respond when you receive the complaint from the Texas Board of Nursing (BON)..
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