CCIB Intake received incident report from reporting party Julia Bobadilla, Social Worker (562) 437-4114. The reporting party (RP) reported being contacted by school office of Williams Elementary 7530 Arnett St., Downey, CA 90241 (562) 904-3564. The school office reported observed what appeared to be a burn to foster child Amber Gonzales ' DOB; 11/14/08 right hand. DCF Arlene Barragan investigated. On 3/17/17 foster mother Alma Yepes took the foster child to the hospital located at 11500 Brookshire Ave., Downey, CA 90241 (562) 904-5000 for an examination, the wound was cleaned and wrapped.
Case Overview The case of R. v Montana is a case that seeks to determine whether Hugo Montana is responsible for the death of Ms. Wise, Mr. Montana’s former girlfriend. The conviction of Mr. Montana hinges on the testimony of Mrs. Walters, a neighbour of the deceased who originally testified to last seeing Mr. Montana at Ms. Wise’s apartment on Thursday, January 8th, one day after the body of Ms. Wise was discovered. After undergoing an interview under hypnosis Ms. Wise changed her testimony now stating that she remembered seeing Mr. Montana at the deceased home on Wednesday, January 7th, the last day that Ms. Wise was alive. The issue present in this case is whether Mrs. Walter’s hypnotic interview influenced her testimony or if under the state of hypnosis Mrs. Walter managed to remember a vital
Successful CC =1 CM received a call from Jennifer Wisely (DCP&P worker) for Alexia (youth). CM discussed her concerns with DCP&P. CM was informed that DCP&P met with Ms. Marshall (caregiver) and DCP&P is closing youth’s case before Friday, 3/17/17. DCP&P stated that they were open with the family due to child welfare; DCP&P reported no neglect from family. CM informed DCP&P that CM is unable to reach caregiver and needs to schedule a meeting for this month. DCP&P noted she will contact caregiver and have her call CM regarding this matter.
CCIB received a call from Erin Nagel 7995 Handel Way, San Diego, 92126 (909) 725-3030. Erin is a co-complainant. The reporting party (RP) stated that her 9 month old daughter (name not provided) was in the care of Maria Chavez. The RP stated she lives across the street for the home and observed the licensee removing furniture. The RP stated she questioned the licensee regarding the removal of the furniture.
On 09/29/2015 at 3:18 PM SC received call from Marguerite Pa’s niece who reported that Pa has identified two girls Gabby and Yajaira he wants to be his aide but the agency told them his service were terminated. SC attempted to explain why the service was interrupted and next step; SC end call with Marguerite. SC then called Vital Support and briefly explained to receptionist and requested to speak with a manager. SC was transferred to Vitaliya at Vital Support Nurse manger. Vitaliya stated that the termination date is incorrect and service was provided to Pa beyond termination date and that SC need to change the dates so that they can receive payment.
CCIB received an Incident Report from the LTCO Maged Mansour (213) 351-6433 regarding resident Maria Alcantara. The SOC 341 states that Maria disclosed to facility staff and her Day Program staff that residential facility staff member Gloria G hit her in her back. Once notified by of incident the facility staff notified the administrator Kendal Woods (323) 208-0133. According to the RP the incident is under investigation. The suspected abuser would be suspended pending
Good Morning, I am writing you to bring to your attention an issue UHC is having with Morning Side Nursing Home located in Bronx, NY. The following members are enrolled in our UHC Personal Assist MLTC, authorized for long term custodial care. The facility has not been cooperating in submitting the conversion documentation to HRA for chronic care eligibility determination. I have contacted the facility’s Medicaid Coordinator Andrea Gurango since November of 2016 regarding member Kamrun Nehar and made arrangements to follow up with her in a few weeks on the status of the conversion application. From November till now I have called and sent emails to Andrea requesting status.
Client states that she being harassed by another resident in the dorm. CM inquires with the client while CM was on vacation if the client ever informs staff about the situation client replies “no”. Client also reported she spoke with Mr. Leandro who is covering for Ms. Gomez, who is currently on maternity leave and Mr. Leandro scheduled a shelter appointment for 12/15/2016, at 11:30am. CM escorted the client to the Intake Office for the client to fill out a Resident Complain Form and CM and Supervisor will follow up with
Kevin Balaguera ext. 7640. Client report her WEB assignment is temporarily suspended. Client need to bring medical documents, orthopedic letter and physical therapist letters stating she is unable to work. Client also submitted HRA letter stating she is assigned to a new worker Mr. Naher, M tel
This agent spoke with the Subject, in reference to the House of Ruth(HOR). She was advised that Ms. Danielle Branche, a counselor from the HOR sent a letter reporting that she had two absences from their program. She was instructed not to miss anymore group session and if she accumulated five absences that the Court would be notified. The Subject states that she attended group: however, she was late because of public tranportation and the other absence should have been excused due to medical documentation.
On April 15th, Diane seems to have been laid off but, Andrew did not provide a proper notice of termination to Diane nor indicated that she has been terminated. Diane has an obligation to mitigate. Diane must try to find another job after being terminated but, Diane failed to search for another job which shows she has failed her obligation to mitigate. Diane Pardu should be entitled to severance pay of two days’ wages for each completed year of service, plus five days’ wages. When Diane has been laid off for more than three months, she can treat this layoff as a termination and claim termination pay and severance pay.
Hi Vicky, Hope all is going well. I have an employee who was terminated from Oxford effective 9/30/15 based on her resignation date. However, her termination date changed to October 5, 2015 therefore her insurance needs to be reinstated. Her ID # is: 1219279401. I hope you can help me and please let me know if you have any questions.
To form well-equipped Medical Office Assistants who will be trained throughout the program in becoming knowledgeable on core medical competencies and develop a professional character, including effective intrapersonal and interpersonal skills. Certified Medical Office Assistants will be competent to efficiently serve a vital role in the healthcare field, performing different tasks and working in conjunction with health care providers, they will truly be able to say that patients receive better care, and have better lives, because of them.
List and define five medical office specialist’s job titles and responsibilities Medical Office Assistant Define: Usually a certified person who work alongside the physician in an outpatient or ambulatory care setting. Discuss: This position entails administrative duties such as scheduling patient’s appointments, compile and record medical records, answer the telephone and direct staff. This person may also be cross trained in clinical duties such as drawing blood, assisting during the exam, and acting as a liaison between the patient and the physician.
For anyone going into the healthcare field there are certain characteristics one should possess. As for a physician assistant these characteristics would apply, along with a few others. A physician assistant works closely with an attending physician to diagnose and treat their patients. Therefore, many characteristics that would make a successful physician assistant have to do with the physician- physician assistant relationship.