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Protect Yourself From Nursing Lawsuits, Other Legal Issues

Nurse.com

The former employee had power of attorney for the patient’s health care, and the nurse thought this would cover any legal issues. We cover the things your employer’s policy might not — such as board actions and legal defense costs, so you won’t have to pay attorney fees out of pocket.

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Cover Letters: Do I need one?

New Thing Nurse

Nurse License & Legal Issues - If you have any issues with your nursing license, you need to explain this in a cover letter. This would include delays in getting it issued. You may want to get a consultation on how best to word this if you are explaining any legal challenges that you may have experienced.

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Nurse Practitioner Independent Practice: Start Your Own or Buy a Practice?

Nurse Practitioners in Business

There are no pre-existing issues… only what you bring to the table. Starting anew means you don’t inherit any problems an existing practice might have, such as outdated equipment, unresolved legal issues, or a tarnished reputation. The Cons Everything has pros and cons, including starting a practice.

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Streamlining Payroll Processes for Security Companies with Time and Attendance Solutions

Celayix

This ensures that employees are paid accurately for their overtime work, reducing the risk of legal issues related to underpayments or overpayments. This ensures that companies are adhering to labor laws and can avoid potential legal issues related to compliance.

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End-of-Life Care Principles Training

American Medical Compliance

What you will learn: Effective communication techniques for engaging with patients Assessing pain in end-of-life care Strategies for providing psychological support to patients Cultural differences in end-of-life care practices Legal issues related to end-of-life care The importance of interdisciplinary teamwork in providing comprehensive end-of-life (..)

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How Do I Deal When an Angry Patient Threatens to Sue?

Scrubs

Follow institutional protocols: Familiarize yourself with the specific protocols and procedures established by your hospital or organization to handle difficult patients or potential legal issues. Adhere to these guidelines meticulously to demonstrate that you acted in accordance with established standards.

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The Legal Responsibilities of Nursing

Diversity Nursing

In that case, it is your legal responsibility to report findings to organizations such as child protective services, elder services, or local law enforcement. Legal issues in Nursing can have serious consequences. Suppose you suspect abuse or mistreatment of a patient.