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Long-term care? In this economy? A clear-eyed view of challenges for the nursing home industry and what we can do about them.
New research shows that more nurses on the job means fewer sepsis deaths. Are you prepared to do what it takes?
Falsifying or tampering with medical data is no easy feat. Proving that it has occurred can be just as challenging. Patient medical records are legal documents, and courts of law do not typically respond favorably to evidence suggesting that they have been tampered with or altered.
Since 2009, government funds available for The Health Care Fraud and Abuse Control Account have more than doubled.
The Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Inspector General has been conducting massive fraud sweeps of its contractors and programs. With an eye to reducing waste and mismanagement, the HHS and OIG are now going after multi-site healthcare organizations like never before with a complete revamp of rules unseen in 15 years…
National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel (NPUAP) Release New Clinical Guidelines and Taxonomy for Pressure Injuries
ALN was presented with a long term care case with allegations related to respiratory failure and death.
We’d like to introduce you to LeAnne Smith, a key member of the ALN Consulting team. LeAnne brings over 20 years of expertise to a team that boasts more than 127 collective years of medical and legal nurse consulting experience. This experience is used every day and gives our consultants the ability to measure and evaluate high level issues.
A long-time client of ALN Consulting, a medical malpractice attorney, contacted ALN for assistance developing the defense in a suit brought against a primary care… read more
An ALN client, a long-term care provider, contacted ALN regarding a matter that had the potential to be a catastrophic case due to altered charting… read more
Recently, ALN was asked to assist one of our clients with a hefty task – review thousands of medical records in less than 4 weeks… read more
Our clients include attorney firms as well as health care facility operators. Here’s what one of our LTC case managers recently passed along: “It is a pleasure to… read more
At ALN Consulting, our clients are our number one priority. Recently, here’s what a new attorney had to say about our services: Alicia, thank you… read more
Recently, members of the ALN team began partnering with the Nashville Food Project to help provide access to healthy food in homeless and working poor… read more
Held at The Conrad Miami Hotel January 23-24, 2013, the 3rd annual forum on Preventing and Defending Long Term Care Litigation brings together a supreme in-house presence… read more
Alicia Luke has been selected to present at the National Business Institute’s seminar “Anatomy and Physiology 101 for Attorneys” on November 29, 2012 at the… read more
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