Corrections and Correctional Health Services should seek corrective action for the supervisor's failure to monitor and discipline the nurse adequately.
In January 2013, Corrections submitted evidence establishing that the letters and appraisals mentioned in its December 2012 update were given to the supervisor to address her improper actions.
In addition, Corrections reported in November 2013 that the supervisor resigned from state employment in October 2013.
Corrections reported that it issued a letter of expectation to the supervisor regarding the nurse's time sheets. It also issued a letter of instruction to the supervisor regarding her approval of the nurse's March, June, and July 2010 time sheets. Lastly, Corrections and Correctional Health Services' reported that they completed a performance appraisal summary and individual development plan for the supervisor identifying improvements needed in supervising the work of others and personnel management practices. Corrections is considering taking additional disciplinary actions against the supervisor. (See 2013-406, p. 278)