One day I got a phone call that took my breath away. I heard, “I’ve got a couple dozen cases for you to review. Think you can handle it?”
I got this call from a defense firm’s legal nurse consultant. She called us about a company that made immunoglobulin or IVGG, which was being given to people with immunocompromised systems. The IVGG was contaminated with hepatitis C at the manufacturing plant. Then it was distributed widely to a bunch of unfortunate patients who received it in their homes.
Listen in as Pat Iyer chats about these points
- Have you considered what it would be like to work on a hundred cases of one kind?
- What happened when the company hired a truck and brought 30 boxes to my office
- How I had to hire 60 subcontractors and give them all instructions
- Why I soon discovered the challenges of managing a group of new subcontractors
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Is this you?
You are an LNC who knows how important it is to do a great job for your client. You know there is a learning curve associated with this role. Who will mentor you?
You worry about what will happen when you get a case that deals with clinical issues unfamiliar to you. Will you be able to handle that case or should you ask someone with that knowledge to help you?
You realize a case might come in when you are too busy to do it, yet you don’t want to turn down work. What is your safety net?
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Pat Iyer has been a legal nurse consultant since 1987. She also built a successful LNC business that was filled with loyal attorney clients who returned over and over with cases.