Is Powerful Discovery Tools Through Technology for you?
This program is for attorneys and legal nurse consultants.
We know that attorneys may ask for cell phone records to determine if a driver was talking on the phone during a car crash. But there is so much more information available that may help or hinder an attorney’s case: recorders, cameras and more! Do you know what a 911 tape says about an incident? Do you know what can exonerate or snare an individual?
Our presenter has performed many investigations using information from technology. He will unveil the secrets of the scores of data that is being collected right now. He’ll teach you how and why you should get it.
In this 90 minute webinar you will learn:
- The technological devices that may contain information to confirm or deny allegations involved in a case.
- What information these technological devices retain
Tom Quail RN, worked for nine years as the clinical coordinator for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Office of Emergency Medical Services (OEMS). The OEMS licensed ambulance services and individual emergency medical technicians (EMT) licensed at various levels, Basic, Intermediate, and Paramedic. He investigated complaints regarding patient care issues, including some high profile cases that were reported in the media.
Tom has a background in Emergency Medicine that spans over 30 years. He has been an EMT for 38 years, an RN for 30 years, and an LNC for 11 years. Tom has published articles in the field of Emergency Medicine, Forensic Science, Law Enforcement, Legal Nursing, Nursing, and Toxicology. He is a member of both the American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants and Southern New England Chapter of the AALNC; member of the American Academy of Clinical Toxicology; associate member of the Northeastern Association of Forensic Scientists; a charter member of the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians and a member of the Massachusetts Association of EMTs.
“Tom Quail is superb to work with. He is affable and dynamic, and smart and detail-oriented as well. I recommend him most highly.” Jonathan Burstein, EMS Director at MA
“Tom was one of my mentors and trusted colleagues…Tom was reliable, with significant medical skills and compassion, who continued furthering his clinical education every year I’ve known him. He was also a fascinating speaker…” Nancy Burns, MRC Coordinator at Town of Westford
“I was amazed at all of the potential uses of this webinar in the LNC business.”
What’s Your Preferred Learning Format?
Powerful Discovery Tools Through Technology Webinar is available in multiple formats, just choose your favorite format or the combination that helps you learn and retain information most effectively.
- Watch the replay at your convenience.
- Add to your learning and information retention by ordering the transcript so you can refer back to Tom’s valuable information in writing.
- Enjoy the convenience of virtual learning from the comfort of your home, office or even on the go with our digital download format perfect for learning anywhere-anytime on your mobile devices.
- Enjoy the savings offered by our LNB Bundle Packs – (look for the LNB Shield) typically these offer all available formats as a bundle and represent the very best value.
How to Analyze Medical Records: A Primer for Legal Nurse Consultants
Why do you need to read How to Analyze Medical Records: A Primer for Legal Nurse Consultants?
- You want streamline the way you organize medical records
- You have to confidently screen medical malpractice cases for merit
- You need to be able to spot possible alterations in medical records
- You crave tips to strengthen your work product
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you need to read How to Analyze Medical Records: A Primer for Legal Nurse Consultants .
This is Pat Iyer’s third book in the Creating a Successful LNC Business Series.
Book 3 in the new 2016 Creating a Successful LNC Practice Series is called How to Analyze Medical Records: A Primer for Legal Nurse Consultants. Use it to get tips and techniques for organizing paper and electronic medical records, the backbone of our business. You will gain an understanding of how to screen a medical malpractice case for merit and discover clues for detecting tampering with medical records. The book covers the pros and cons of electronic medical records, including how they introduce risk into the documentation of patient care. Two final chapters focus on how to polish your work product to create your strongest professional appearance. You will gain critical insights on how to strengthen your ability to analyze medical records – to gain more clients and earn more money.
Table of Contents
Here is what you get in How to Analyze Medical Records: A Primer for Legal Nurse Consultants
Chapter 1: Organizing Medical Records
Chapter 2: Screening Medical Malpractice Case
Chapter 3: Tampering with Medical Records
Chapter 4: Deciphering Electronic Medical Records
Chapter 5: Polishing Your Work Product
Chapter 6: Using Writing Principles to Succeed
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This program has been approved for 1.5 contact hours through an arrangement with Taylor College. The provider is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, provider number CEP-3285. CE credit is accepted in all states that require mandatory continuing education for relicensure. Call 1-800-743-4006 with CE questions. There will be a $15 fee, paid directly to the provider, if you want the CE certificate for 1.5 hours.
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