You likely noticed comments in late June that made a number of points:
Why is the senior management group actually spending money to investigate who owns this blog and who you are when they should be running the company?
Apparently you've gotten under the skin of someone or several someones at Gentiva.
The truth hurts I guess or the truth will set you free...
Who am I? I am the nurse who knows deep in their heart that hospice is the best work I can do. I am the chaplain who ministers to patients and staff because God called me to serve. I am the nurse aide who shares love and laughter with my patients. I am the bereavement counselor who holds a shattered heart in my hand until it starts beating again. I am the volunteer coordinator who knows how a friend eases pain, physical or emotional. I am the secretary who mobilizes resources that doctors, nurses and patients need. I am the receptionist who cares for people I see and voices I hear. I am the doctor who answers calls in the middle of the night because pain doesn't sleep. I am the employee Gentiva CEO Tony Strange thanks at the end of each investor presentation.
Why not just solve the problems in the company?
Those who can hear hear. Those who can't, well, they seek identity and retribution.
Anonymous (from Gentiva)