Friday, April 22, 2011

Frequently Asked Questions (Certified Legal Nurse Consultants) Janice M. Hansen, RN, BSN, CLNC, National Nurse Consulting (NNC)

Frequently Asked Questions

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What is a National Nurse Consulting CLNC®?

We are registered nurses who have successfully mastered the rigorous CLNC® Certification Program developed by the company that pioneered the field of legal nurse consulting.  NNC's professionals have the expertise to quickly pinpoint and interpret medical and nursing issues in any case involving health, illness or injury.


Why should I use a CLNC® and not an MD?

Cost-effectiveness!  National Nurse Consulting's nurses have constant, face-to-face patient contact and extensive experience in the "trenches" of the healthcare system and can educate attorneys about a wide range of basic medical issues.  Our gained experience allows us to focus on relevant and pertinent information to the case in a time efficient way without sacrificing analytical accuracy, saving you time and money otherwise spent on expensive medical experts.


Why do I need a CLNC® when I already have a Paralegal?

Though paralegal's play a vital role in assisting attorneys, they simply do not have the medical training, clinical experience, or the insider's knowledge on the inner workings of the medical system that an RN does.  In today's complex healthcare climate, it is imperative to have on your team someone with education in science and medicine who will successfully decipher the information and nuances that will deliver optimal results.

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