bknyrn 2,220 Views
Joined Aug 16, '07.
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Bklynbaby--funny thing is I know exactly what law firm you are talking about! I'm in NY too and don't want to post it on the forum and I could not pm you.
One site NYC posts jobs is at the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene:
I just read an ad for a IT position for EPIC Implementation at a large hospital nearby. States you do not need IT experience. And they will train you to take EPIC certification. I'm ok with computer skills, not a "super user". Along with the resume it asks about salary requirements. What range does an IT make? Just wondering because it sounds interesting.
Question everyone. Do you carry your own malpractice insurance. What are your reasons for carring it or not carring it. At this point I don't carry it but I have heard good reasons on both side of the coin. I am interested in hearing what you all think on the subject.
No, you do not need an attorney to become LLC. www.legalfilings.com is a good way to do this. It's all legitimate and inexpensive to become LLC using this entity. And, they do all the legwork regarding research to see if the name you've chosen already exists in your state.
I really would like to finally start my own LNC business. I'm not sure of where to start.
Did you go to a lawyer to help you or did you do it by yourself? What kind of lawyer?
Did you set up a LLC?
Any help would be great on how you set up your business.
I just accepted an offer to work for a medical case management company as a wc case manager. Can anyone out there tell me what to expect as I am leaving bedside nursing as an L&D nurse?
How does billing workWhat kinds of expenses are reimbursedTypical day (if there is one)Thanks for any input:typing
Wondering if anyone has worked for Medical Case Management Group. They do case management for workers comp cases?
For those who do wc cm, do you go to ALL the patients doctors appts? Every PT, MD, OT, etc appt?
careylee310--have you gotten any jobs yet?
Did you decide if you were going to go to the conference?
Your friend from NY (lnc class)
"anyway, next i bought a course package from LNC after reading from this forum that LNC stat is a more serious or better alternative to VMI. The Marketing part in particular sounded like a big sales pitch to buying the materials from them. The same goes with the book Legal Nurse Marketing Handbook. It should have been sold for free. Imagine paying for an adverstisement for their product."
I took the LNC stat course. I didn't feel, as well as the 4 other people in my group, it prepared you for "the outside world". It wasn't totally bad, but I was a little disappointed. It did have its good points--provided a case sample, different ways to write reports, but maybe it was just that week. There were alot of personal issues with the owners, too many personal stories unrelated to the course, problems with the seminar meeting place--maybe that had something to do with it. Alot of other people do have good things to say about the course though--I guess I just had a bad week.
Sorry it took a while to reply--how did the interview go? What do you think?
Anyone? I was hired by this company. I can't find anything on them on the bbb website. Their main office is based out of Maine and they are hiring independent contractors on the east coast.
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