Thank you for requesting the subcontracting checklists. While you are waiting to get your checklists, let me ask you, Is Subcontracting for You?

Whether you’re a new LNC looking for experience or a busy LNC with a growing business, my book,

LNC Subcontracting: How to Boost Your Business will answer your most urgent questions about subcontracting.

Do you

Want the experience and skill you’ll gain when a legal nurse consultant shows you the ropes?
Need to know how you can have positive experiences on either side of the subcontracting relationship?
Want to hire subcontractors but don’t know how to find, evaluate, and mentor them?
Wonder if you should bring subcontractors into your company?

LNC Subcontracting: How to Boost Your Business will give you the answers you need.

I expanded my LNC business to include subcontracting after a plaintiff attorney asked me to act as an expert witness for an ER case. I responded that I didn’t review ER cases but had a colleague who worked in the emergency department as a clinical specialist.

After I connected the attorney and the expert, I realized that I could expand my business by supplying experts. By the time sI sold her business in 2015, I had 200 subcontractor experts with a range of backgrounds under contract: nurses, doctors, pharmacists, radiology technicians, physical therapists, occupational therapists, social workers, nutritionists, and other healthcare providers.

The quantity and quality of these experts made my business highly saleable.

In my book, I provide practical assistance to both subcontractors and independent contractors:

• What you should look for in a subcontractor,
• How to shine as a subcontractor,
• What questions you should ask your potential employer, and
• What the IRS says about subcontracting.

And much more.

Regardless of what your particular interest in subcontracting may be, you need LNC Subcontracting: How to Boost Your Business to help you decide. Buy it now. It will help you build an empowered future.

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