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  1. Travel Agency Review
    Highway Hypodermics
    Apr 8, '09
    Forum: Travel Nursing
  2. anyone worked for Readylink?
    I've done both contract and per diem with them for 2 years. For per diem they're good. There are other companies like RNNetwork and others that offer better benefits. What will really make...
    Mar 27, '09
    Forum: Travel Nursing
  3. Travel Nursing In Alaska
    Alaska sounds beautiful. I have been traveling again recently and dreamed last night that I went to Alaska. I think that will definitely be on my list. My specialty is Med/Surg.
    Dec 10, '08
    Forum: Alaska Nursing
  4. Well I feel like a doofus...
    Yes, that's definitely a plus, being able to get into a venue where you feel in control again. I have noticed that just what little I've been able to accomplish in prep for CLNC work has given me...
    Oct 25, '08
    Forum: Legal Nursing
  5. Well I feel like a doofus...
    Wooh! I haven't read the rest yet, but I want to tell you I had EXACTLY the same experience! Actually talked to the attorney and tripped all over myself! And he said the same thing, he'd keep my info...
    Oct 23, '08
    Forum: Legal Nursing
  6. Nurse paralegal program
    My only comment is that once an attorney sees (and is used to paying) you as a paralegal, it seems to me that it might be difficult to change that mindset over to the lnc role. It is unlikely...
    Oct 19, '08
    Forum: Legal Nursing
  7. Introduction Letter
    Now, Wooh, that is about the cutest emoticon message I've ever seen! Too cool. :yeah:
    Oct 12, '08
    Forum: Legal Nursing
  8. Research
    This is why it's so great when someone asks these questions on this forum - so we can all gain the benefit of the answers! :yeah:
    Oct 12, '08
    Forum: Legal Nursing
  9. Introduction Letter
    SirI, I could use some tips too, to see if I'm on the right track. I've been doing a lot of procrastinating too, lately. Or I've just had too much on my mind, like the rest of the country.
    Oct 11, '08
    Forum: Legal Nursing
  10. In house LNC
    I have heard that in-house LNC's make about 10% more than a staff nurse.
    Oct 11, '08
    Forum: Legal Nursing
  11. History of facility
    If they are part of public records, you might start with asking someone in the local or county court system, where the facility is located. You could also ask risk control or your facility's legal...
    Oct 3, '08
    Forum: Legal Nursing
  12. My First Subpoena
    Where are the moderators? No one should be calling anyone an @ss on this forum. It shows not only a lack of professionalism, and respect for self and others, but anger management problems. To go...
    Sep 27, '08
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  13. Considering LNC career
    But it is something we can succeed in if we put in the effort. We do have good evidence of that!:twocents::yeah::spin:;):smiletea2::flwrhrts:
    Sep 19, '08
    Forum: Legal Nursing
  14. Considering LNC career
    I think it is important to understand that you should have an alternate source of income to stay afloat while you are gearing up your business. You don't walk out of the hospital one day as a nurse...
    Sep 18, '08
    Forum: Legal Nursing
  15. Considering LNC career
    I don't know that I can add much to what RN1989 and SirI have said, but do consider that as RN1989 said, this is not just something you dabble in to make money. You have to put yourself into it 100%...
    Sep 18, '08
    Forum: Legal Nursing
  16. Is it worth it?
    Yee Haw!!! Congratulations! As to whether or not it's worth it, I think that's up to each person to decide. I think if you put in the effort and pay attention to the ones who succeeded ahead of...
    Sep 15, '08
    Forum: Legal Nursing
  17. Question about reviewing case and fees
    I have decided that I will take on a case, and if I find it's over my head (like cardiology or OB - reading strips, for instance) I'll get a subcontractor to do that part for me. But I agree with...
    Sep 10, '08
    Forum: Legal Nursing
  18. $100-$150 per hour...too good to be true?
    I agree wholeheartedly with lecavalier4. The expertise of a paralegal is in the legal arena. The expertise of a legal nurse consultant is nursing. The paralegal can assist the attorney with the legal...
    Sep 6, '08
    Forum: Legal Nursing
  19. Taxes and the LNC
    SirI, can you tell me what, as a general rule, independent LNC's would be wise to set aside for taxes. I have heard 30%. Does that sound reasonable for your experience?
    Aug 26, '08
    Forum: Legal Nursing
  20. I need your advice please - Please read
    I'm sorry this has happened to you. I know how it must have made you feel. But what's done is done and all you can do now is learn from it and move forward. Don't beat yourself up or let anyone...
    Aug 20, '08
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  21. Nurse fired for calling police
    Nope. Some of us were just using silence to make our statement ;)
    Aug 8, '08
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  22. "English Only" Rule at Work?
    I often work in a border town and there are always nurses and case managers sitting at the nurse's station talking incessantly, and loudly, in Spanish. More than once, I have had to ask them to tone...
    Aug 8, '08
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  23. Nurse fired for calling police
    I would get the local news media involved in this story as well as an attorney. That management was entirely out of line. As for the message it sends to nurses: we don't care about you, you have...
    Aug 8, '08
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  24. LNC billing software
    Microsoft also has a number of online tutorials on its products. I've found them very helpful. And they're free!
    Aug 6, '08
    Forum: Legal Nursing
  25. Is it worth it?
    The nurse who enjoys this work will be the nurse who wants to know more about their patients than when their meds are due, more about their job than how soon they can punch out. As the others...
    Jul 31, '08
    Forum: Legal Nursing


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