I’ve stayed in a lot of hotels during my travels. Everything from Ramadas to Mandarin Orientals with more than a few Hiltons, Hyatts, Marriotts and the occasional Peninsula in between. As a result I’ve become quite jaded concerning hotel services. On a recent trip to Austin, Texas, I was stunned by the service at our hotel, the Four Seasons. The staff did much more than just meet requests, they seemed to anticipate every need. It started with the bellman who offered to find additional luggage stands. Then it was the waiter who, after I asked for the check and told him we needed to get to the airport, he offered to call a cab for us.
Every Certified Legal Nurse Consultant running a variation of Windows probably has at least one program that, instead of opening up to a full-screen view, pops up in a smaller window, a portion of a window or is just a quarter of its normal size. You then click it to full-size, do your work and when you’re done, close the program. Next time you open it that same day, it comes up full-size, or not. The next time you open it after a restart of your computer, it opens full-size, or not. Therein lies the rub, it’s not consistent, at least not as consistent as your other Windows programs.
I asked the CLNC Pros to share the websites they use most often for researching their medical-related cases. I invite you to bookmark your favorites.
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Microsoft Outlook is probably the most widely used and accepted email client throughout the U.S. Many law firms choose Outlook for their attorneys’ email clients. If you’re a CLNC consultant and Outlook is your own email client, you have a unique opportunity to create what is known as a vCard for your legal nurse consulting business.