Legal Nurse Consulting Solution's vision is to uphold the standards for the health care community by identifying meritorious cases and communicating deviations from recognized standards, resulting in improved quality of care and promote justice.
Legal Nurse Consulting Solution is dedicated to setting a standard of excellence by providing ethical, timely, professional, and cost effective service to my clients.
I will treat every client and case professionally, respectfully and with integrity.
As a Director Of Nursing in a skilled long term care facility for 5+ years, I am responsible for directing all aspects of the Nursing Department, knowledgeable of the inner working of long term care facilities which qualifies me to quickly and cost effectively review your cases involving long term care issues and help with locating expert witnesses.
Nearly 1 1/2 years of providing clinical care on a medical/surgical floor, labor and delivery and the Emergency Room, plus the use of my CLNC Medical Literature Research Strategies qualifies me to research material and provide education on basic health care cases so you can focus your time and energy on other aspects of the case.
My nursing experience with reviewing medical records and working with Electronic Medical Records qualifies me to critique the content of medical records thoroughly with a critical eye easing the pain of deciphering records that are often confusing to interpret.
The 5 years’ experience of working as a Circulating Nurse in the Operating Room and in Pre/Post-Operative areas, enables me to share details of surgical services.
Keep non-meritorious cases out of the legal system.
NACLNC Membership provides access to many different types of expert witnesses.
Types of reports:
Identify and review relevant medical records, hospital records, hospital policies and procedures, other essential documents and other tangible items.
Conduct literature searches and integrate the literature and standards/guidelines into the case analysis.
Define deviations from or adherence to the ‘Standards Of Care’.