With an iPhone®, Apple® watch, iPad® and a spiffy touch-screen laptop computer, you could say I’m extremely connected and there’s a high probability that you are too. All of these devices are tools helping me to manage my legal nurse consulting business. Whether I’m in my office, waiting at the departure gate or standing in line at Walmart®, I’m on the job.
Subcontracting (Part 1): 5 Benefits of Leveraging the Expertise of Certified Legal Nurse Consultant Subcontractors
Many CLNC® consultants try to do everything themselves because they feel no one can provide the CLNC services and high quality work product to their attorney-clients the way they do. That’s what I thought when I first started my legal nurse consulting business and, it’s true.
In the last year we’ve covered a lot of Tech Tips designed to help legal nurse consultants use Word faster and more professionally. Now, when you work on your legal nurse consultant jobs you should practically be a Word pro.
If you missed my Video Webinar, “CLNC® Mentors Discuss Types of Cases Handled by Certified Legal Nurse Consultants” you can view it now.
I mentor a lot of RNs interested in legal nurse consulting who fret about whether they practice in the right specialties or have enough nursing experience to be successful.
Certified Legal Nurse Consultants need to know what they’re facing as we continue to move more and more towards software as a service (SaaS), the Cloud and Cloud computing.
If you missed my Video Webinar, “Certified Legal Nurse Consultants Discuss Their Role with Attorneys” you can view it now.
Tom’s birthday is in January and mine is in February. We don’t celebrate each other getting older by buying stuff. It’s not that we don’t have enough stuff – it’s just that neither one of us care very much about stuff.