Thursday, January 6, 2011

Colorado Nurse-Owned Businesses, Colorado Nursing Entrepreneurs

Brigette M. Cutchins, RN, COHN, Colorado:"If you are like many people, you are in the dark about your finances. You pay your bills each month and do your best to prepare for the future. But the truth is, there is only so much money to go around and creating a financial game plan on your own can be overwhelming. PFS can help. A complimentary Financial Needs Analysis can help bring your current financial situation to light. It can show you where your finances stand today and what you need to do to prepare for tomorrow."
1932 S. Cedar Ave
Colorado Springs, Colorado (CO) 80906
Phone number: 866-303-0864 toll free or 719-499-9297
Fax number: 719-495-7100
E-Mail: 4fna@adelphia.net
http://www.nursingentrepreneurs.com/cutchins

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See also:

CEUs4CaseManagers.com, CEUs4RehabCounselors.com, CEUs4CCMs.com, RNCaseManager.com
Compass Continuum
Claudia Moore, RN, CCM, FAACM
P.O. Box 61373
Denver, CO 80206
Phone: Toll Free: 1-866-850-5999
Denver, CO: 303-300-CASE (2273)
Fax: 303-750-7005
E-Mail: Vicki3@RNCaseManager.com
http://www.ceus4rehabnurses.com/

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Consulting Teaching Services, Inc:"The model for an effective restorative nursing program was originally developed through a grant awarded to B.J. Collard by the Federal Administration on Aging. This model has set the standards for restorative nursing programs and is the prototype used across the country. The focus is on nursing, not formalized therapy, and offers a step-by-step practical guide on how to set up a restorative nursing program. Compliance with regulations of keeping residents at their highest, possible, practical, functional level is assured if the program is followed as taught."
2714 West 119th Ave Westminster, CO 80234 (303) 426-9712 office (303) 404-9629 fax bcollard@restorativenursing.com
http://www.restorativenursing.com/

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Susan J. Dycus, R.N., J.D.:"I am a nurse attorney who enjoys de-mystifying law and ethics for professional audiences. Topics available include Nursing Law, Doing a Risk Management Audit, Practicing without Lawsuit Paranoia, Health Care Ethics in Plain English, Family Violence, Recognition and Reporting of Child Abuse and Neglect, Ethical, Professional and Legal Issues for Human Services Providers and Effectively Communicating your Expertise as a Witness."
Susan J. Dycus, R.N., J.D.
Attorney at Law/ Registered Nurse
Risk Management Consultant/ Seminar Speaker
P.O. Box 101535
Denver, CO 80250-1535
Telephone (303) 871-9431
Facsimile (303) 733-0882
E-mail SJD3839@aol.com
http://www.spoke.com/secure/person/personDetail.spoke?key=[serverID%3Dcenter,ID%3D59581862]

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Pat Heilig, RN, CEN, SANE, Stat Nurses International, Inc. :"Stat Nurses International, Inc., a nurse owned and operated Colorado Corporation, is a network of highly educated and experienced nurses from across the country who have come together in partnership to provide a medical staffing resource for Colorado and the Nation."
Colorado Stat Nurses, Inc
P.O. Box 1179 Cedaredge, CO 81413
(970) 856-9494 Fax (970) 856-4973
Toll Free &International 1-866-856-9494 Fax 1-866-856-0658 CSN@colostatnurse.com
http://www.healthtalentgroup.com/

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Nursingentrepreneurs.com is a networking and resource directory for Nurse-Owned businesses and nurses looking for an alternative to working at the bedside.

If you explore the site a bit, you'll find profiles of hundreds of nurse entrepreneurs around the country. We encourage you to browse around, find a business category you are interested in, then contact the nurse directly. We're available for questions as well. This website is Owned-Operated by Andrew Lopez, RN a Medical/Surgical/Telemetry nurse.

Has your Nurse-owned business been written up in the news? Do you send out a newsletter or regular press releases? We'd like to hear about it!

Our Newest article is from an Arizona Nurse Entrepreneur:

Should You Incorporate Your Registry Business? By Joseph Caracci, RN:"The short answer is yes! When starting a new nurse registry business, you are entering into a legal business environment that requires you to take steps to protect your personal assets, such as your home, your savings, and your retirement. With this in mind, you need to determine which legal form you are going to take for your new registry. Some of the common choices are a sole proprietorship, a partnership, a limited liability partnership (LLP), a limited liability company (LLC), and a corporation."
http://www.nursingentrepreneurs.com/incorporate

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