Palm Beach Gardens, Florida (PRWEB) October 01, 2012
National speaker, author, and legal nurse consultant, Rachel Cartwright will present a full-day seminar discussing documentation strategies for numerous patient care situations to significantly reduce your exposure to liability in the healthcare setting.
WATCH the video introduction on the registration page.
This is a public seminar open to ALL nurses, faculty, educators, administrators, and legal nurse consultants. Registration begins at 7:30 AM; the seminar begins at 8:00 AM and runs unitl 4:00 PM.
December 3, Monday: Maui Beach Hotel, 170 Kaahumanu Ave, Kahului, Hawaii
December 4, Tuesday: Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort, 78-128 Ehukai, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
December 7, Friday: Aston Aloha Beach Hotel, 3-5920 Kuhio Highway, Kapa'a, Hawaii
The fee of $99.00 (plus tax) includes a seminar manual, 6.0 CEUs and morning refreshments. For more details and to register, visit http://www.medicalegalconcepts.com and click on the legal seminars tab.
Rachel is the owner and CEO of Medical Legal Concepts, LLC, a consulting firm for the legal and medical professions. She is currently enrolled in a PhD program studying Public Policy and Administration: Law and Policy. Rachel works with law firms and healthcare organizations evaluating medical records for compliance with standards of care and applicable regulations. She has been an expert witness for medical negligence cases for both the plaintiff and the defense.
Rachel has been speaking to nurses and healthcare executives for over 15 years. She has addressed over 21,000 nurses on topics that include ethical issues and compliance in healthcare, clinical case studies, physical assessment, hemodynamic monitoring, and legal implications of documentation utilizing handwritten and electronic medical records.
She is an engaging speaker and an outstanding educator who makes the most complex concepts seem quite simple. She incorporates real case studies that were involved in litigation as part of her legal seminars. You will find yourself re-thinking about how you document your patient care and how certain strategies will help reduce your vulnerabilities that are forever present in charting the dynamics of patient care. Her seminars will inspire you in ways that will IMPACT change in your lives and in your organization tomorrow.
You will not want to miss this seminar! The information you will gain may be just the key to keeping you out of the courtroom in this very litigious society.
For a complete list of upcoming seminars, inquiries, and seminar bookings, visit http://www.medicalegalconcepts.com