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 Post subject: The $300,000 health consultants
PostPosted: April 14th, 2014, 9:37 am 
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Doctor visit waits cut by review, says consultant
Focus on preventing falls at seniors' home also part of review
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Apr 14, 2014


Consultant Dale Schattenkirk:-
"It's about just looking at how we do our daily work and looking at what we call the eight wastes within work, and that's what we're looking for, is what's taking time throughout the day and how do we streamline that."

..........measures to help prevent falls include cleaning up spills more quickly, and putting in toilet seat rings in residents' rooms that are black and so are easier to see. Health PEI says falls have dropped 62 per cent at Beach Grove since the project was introduced.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/prince-ed ... -1.2609098

Can anyone explain to me, if it takes 'consultants' to come up with these improvements, what do these 65 (count 'em yourself) folks at Health PEI do? :shock:

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 Post subject: Re: The $300,000 health consultants
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Too many people in government positions do not know how to do their job properly. Many more don't care. About 10% of the people hired by government do 90% of the work. Those 10% can't do everything.


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Nomie wrote:
Too many people in government positions do not know how to do their job properly. Many more don't care. About 10% of the people hired by government do 90% of the work. Those 10% can't do everything.

What are you basing this on? Are 10% of nurses doing 90% of the work? What about teachers? Social workers?? Engineers??? Clerical workers???? etc...

I think the real issue is that the vast majority of people in government know how to do their positions very well but are limited in what they can do because of restrictive policies and procedures.


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 Post subject: Re: The $300,000 health consultants
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craiger wrote:
Nomie wrote:
Too many people in government positions do not know how to do their job properly. Many more don't care. About 10% of the people hired by government do 90% of the work. Those 10% can't do everything.

What are you basing this on? Are 10% of nurses doing 90% of the work? What about teachers? Social workers?? Engineers??? Clerical workers???? etc...

I think the real issue is that the vast majority of people in government know how to do their positions very well but are limited in what they can do because of restrictive policies and procedures.


I'm talking about the department workers (not teachers, nurses etc) ie the cubicle/office workers. And I'm basing it on what I see everyday.


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Nomie wrote:
craiger wrote:
Nomie wrote:
Too many people in government positions do not know how to do their job properly. Many more don't care. About 10% of the people hired by government do 90% of the work. Those 10% can't do everything.

What are you basing this on? Are 10% of nurses doing 90% of the work? What about teachers? Social workers?? Engineers??? Clerical workers???? etc...

I think the real issue is that the vast majority of people in government know how to do their positions very well but are limited in what they can do because of restrictive policies and procedures.


I'm talking about the department workers (not teachers, nurses etc) ie the cubicle/office workers. And I'm basing it on what I see everyday.

Yes, and those 'cubicle/office workers' - listed above - are Health PEI, and it's their job to identify and fix the problems that they've paid the consultants to do.

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Nomie wrote:
craiger wrote:
Nomie wrote:
Too many people in government positions do not know how to do their job properly. Many more don't care. About 10% of the people hired by government do 90% of the work. Those 10% can't do everything.

What are you basing this on? Are 10% of nurses doing 90% of the work? What about teachers? Social workers?? Engineers??? Clerical workers???? etc...

I think the real issue is that the vast majority of people in government know how to do their positions very well but are limited in what they can do because of restrictive policies and procedures.


I'm talking about the department workers (not teachers, nurses etc) ie the cubicle/office workers. And I'm basing it on what I see everyday.

What are those 90% doing wrong in their job? We're they not trained properly? Is anyone telling management about it? If they aren't doing their job properly, surely it will affect other staff?


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I've worked in a few gov't offices over the last number of years. Been my observation that if there are 10 people in any one work area, one is actually working, 1 is running non stop with the coffee pot, 3 are yakking about there weekend, and the rest are texting or on facebook.

Most recently, as I worked in an area, I noticed Facebook open on quite a number of screens.


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Federal? The ITSS has the internet on lock down at the Province. Everyone in my department absolutely puts their work in.


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Federal? The ITSS has the internet on lock down at the Province. Everyone in my department absolutely puts their work in.


The internet isn't on lockdown, its filtered so your activity can be monitored, you can still go to any site, unless you are in the health department.

And either your department is the only one in all of government or people are good at looking like their doing their work in your department.


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Federal? The ITSS has the internet on lock down at the Province. Everyone in my department absolutely puts their work in.

I doubt it was federal. They stopped access to Facebook a number of years ago with Service Canada. And I'm pretty sure it's verboten at Veterans Affairs and CRA. My sister-in-law did a casual term at VAC last year and it was very onerous to go on any internet site. It may have just been her particular section though, I'm not sure.


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