Pat Iyer, host of this podcast, usually recommends that legal nurse consultants allow 3-5 years to develop a full-time practice. She is delighted to showcase an exception to that flexible rule. Ashley Moreau began her LNC Business practice in 2020, four months after the pandemic began. Prior to that time, she’d been working in a nursing home. Although she loved working there, the rigid schedules and greatly worsening conditions caused by COVID restrictions and staff shortages, accelerated her decision to become an independent LNC.
Although EMRs software was designed for greater efficiency in documentation, the large number of different systems, many of which perform different functions, programs that don’t “talk” to each other, and the frequent mixing of hand-written and electronic records can make an LNC’s journey through the world medical records feel bewildering. Difficulty in deciphering electronic medical […]
Individuals and their families are increasingly seeking alternatives to nursing home and other institutional facilities. These growing numbers create stress in the field of home health care, a term that covers a wide range of different service, including acute and chronic care, skilled and non-skilled services, and a host of widely varying regulations. The complex […]
Addictive eating patterns, which may or may not lead to obesity, cause a range of health problems that may have long-term effects. Tobey Geise, a neuro-linguistic programming practitioner (NLP), master practitioner of hypnotherapy, and Reiki master, had a twenty-six-year struggle to release an addiction to bulimia. This struggle began when she was nine years old, […]
As an LNC, you’ve probably had to deal with complex medical crisis situations. Lee Atherton, a fire chaplain, opens up the world of dealing with serious accidents, often involving burns, and the high level of crisis management, first responder stresses and trauma involved. I know for you, as a legal nurse consultant, you may be […]