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|Posted on June 15, 2017 at 4:29 PM||comments (39)|
Does your client or their family member have questions about the use of anticoagulants in the Nursing Home setting? These drugs are known as Coumadin and Warfarin and need close monitoring. Have you noticed bruising on your loved ones arms, stomach or legs this may be an indication that the dose of coumadin needs adjusting. Inaccurate dosing do to failure to monitor drug levels in the blood can lead to life threatening situations that may not end well. If you have questions and concerns.
Call for a free phone consultation.
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|Posted on June 6, 2017 at 2:34 PM||comments (22)|
|Posted on May 18, 2017 at 10:23 PM||comments (41)|
Does your client have questions about what went on in the Emergency Room? Was there a delay in the transfer of your client to the Hospital floor? Did that delay result in a
life-threatening event ending in emergency surgery? Or was your client sent home only to return the next day transported by Emergency Medical Services? Call for a free phone consultation, 567-868-4894.
|Posted on May 17, 2017 at 10:06 AM||comments (29)|
Does your client have questions about what went on at their bedside during their stay in a medical facility? Concerned with the outcome, I can assist you. With a review of their chart, I will highlight the events that brought these questions to mind.
I can be reached at 567-868-4894 for a free phone consultation.
|Posted on August 3, 2015 at 5:08 PM||comments (29)|
Just a reminder. When you are charting on the floor in real time and you click sign, save and scan go into the note to be sure you have actually been saved. The systems I have been told are always updating. Just make sure it is there.
|Posted on July 12, 2015 at 9:33 PM||comments (27)|
The feature that I have come to like the most on my EMR electronic medical record are the pop up requests for charting triggered by entry of drug or task. At first I thought this is time consuming but now love it. No more going back to your paper searching for a blood pressure or temperature, now just simply add it as you go and sign. Problem solved. Once you get into the habit things go much smoother. Your thoughts.
|Posted on October 28, 2011 at 2:25 PM||comments (28)|
Thank you for visiting CTL NURSE CONSULTING's blog. My goal is to provide an outlet for questions and answers concerning medical issues affecting the legal content of malpractice case development. First on my mind is something we all are familiar with electronic media, the question is. Investigating Electronic Health Records do we have everything in place?