As a legal nurse consultant, you are sure to come across malpractice suits involving heart disease. This podcast features Erin Getz, a nurse practitioner, an expert on this subject. She unravels some of the complex issues involved in various heart conditions. Of primary concern is management of medications. This can be very challenging to older […]
Archives for January 2023
The Best of 2022 – 493 From Watchdog to LNC – Mary Ann Seibold
In 2019, thirty percent of the money spent on healthcare in the U.S. was wasted through inappropriate care levels, unnecessary procedures, abuse, fraud, and other deviations from established standards of care. Mary Ann Seibold, who worked four years reviewing care given to Medicare Advantage patients explains how she went from Medicare watchdog to LNC and also the vital watchdog nature that utilization management plays in attempting to keep down the cost of wasteful medical activity.
The Best of 2022 – 480 Getting Started as an LNC -Jane Shufro
e got an unexpected phone call asking her to review a case, she recognized the opportunity and has never regretted taking it.
The Best of 2022 – 483 Filling Law Firm Demands for Help: The LNC Role – Molly McGrath
As a professional, you want to constantly evaluate new developments in your field. One thing LNCs may overlook is that this field can expand and shift during extraordinary times, such as the current pandemic. Molly McGrath, who helps attorneys with their staffing issues, pays great attention to these shifts. She suggests that estate planning and […]
The Best of 2022 – 488 Working with Expert Witnesses: An Attorney’s View Joe Flores
Whether you’re an experienced LNC, a new practitioner, or someone who’s considering this field, Joe Flores will give you invaluable advice about working as an expert witness. An attorney and nurse practitioner, he has a unique perspective on working with expert witnesses.