facebook

Understanding the Intervention Project for Nurses Monitoring Contract

Web: www.JonesHealthLaw.com
Phone: (305) 877-5054
Instagram: @JonesHealthLaw
Facebook: @JonesHealthLaw
Youtube: @JonesHealthLaw

If you are a nurse (i.e. LPN, RN, APRN, etc) and have decided to participate in the Intervention Project for Nurses (“IPN”) you will first have to undergo an evaluation, which will include an interview with an IPN approved doctor and a toxicology test. After this evaluation has been completed, IPN may suggest no monitoring or require that you enter into a monitoring contract. Typically, you have roughly two weeks to sign the monitoring contract. Prior to signing the contract, you should thoroughly review the IPN Participant Manual so that you understand the requirements for participation. The last thing you want is to comply with the monitoring contract only to have your contract extended or have your case referred to the Board of Nursing because you failed to adhere to the Participant Manual’s requirements.

Jamaal Jones

jrj@joneshealthlaw.com

This post was authored by Jamaal R. Jones, Esquire (Partner) of Jones Health Law, P.A. where we provide "On-Call Legal Services to Healthcare Professionals". For more information contact us at (305) 877-5054; email us at JRJ@JonesHealthLaw.com, or visit our website at www.JonesHealthLaw.com

Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

Join Us for a LIVE Masterclass


IV Hydration Masterclass: Legal Requirements of Starting an IV Hydration Business

This will close in 35 seconds

0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x