What spews out of your mouth has impact on you and others. Is that attorney difficult or feisty? Is your legal nurse consultant subcontractor slow or appropriately thorough?
There’s an urgent care center in our area with a sign that proudly declares its USP “Medical Attention When You Need It.” But, right underneath that same USP are the center’s hours of 8:00am-6:00pm. So you can have all the medical attention when you need it as long as you only need it from 8:00am-6:00pm.
An important qualification for becoming a legal nurse consultant is the ability to articulate opinions to attorneys. Trial attorneys are master communicators because they have to persuade jurors.
Children have such a beautiful way of looking at the world. My 8-year-old niece, Reese, wakes up every morning fully expecting to have the time of her life. She handles everything that comes her way with alacrity – even when she doesn’t get the ice cream or Hatchimal she wants.
If you’ve purchased a new computer for your legal nurse consulting business in the last two years there’s a good chance you have an SSD (solid state drive) drive instead of a traditional spinning hard drive.
Close your eyes and imagine it’s 1983. The popular movie was Flashdance and you bought your spouse Tom Cruise’s boxer shorts, white socks and sunglasses from Risky Business, but somehow he didn’t look the same.
The 2008 financial crisis that originated with the banking industry and subsequent recession was brought on by some of the greatest economic minds in the country – the experts.
VICKIE: This is Certified Legal Nurse Consultant, Dale Barnes, RN, MSN, PHN, CLNC and I’ve asked her to talk with me today about independent medical examinations (IMEs), which are also referred to as defense medical examinations (DMEs) in some states.
When I’m teaching the NACLNC Report Writing Apprenticeship I frequently observe that the Certified Legal Nurse Consultant students are frozen in place when it comes time to write up the assigned legal nurse consultant job.
Change is inevitable. It’s the only constant in our lives.