Home health nursing expert witness candidates typically have backgrounds as a registered nurse, nurse practitioner, or in legal nurse consulting, and have professional experience at a nursing home, assisted living, hospital, long term care facility, or as a home healthcare provider. The chosen expert may be associated with an industry organization such as the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC), the American Health Care Association/National Center for Assisted Living (NCAL), the Home Care Association of America (HCAOA) or the National Association for the Support of Long Term Care (NASL).
Home health nursing care can be a long term or short-term assignment, and can assist patients with basic needs, such as bathing, feeding, monitoring, as well as wound care, pain management, and medication administering. Home health care provides services for all ages, and aids with surgical procedure recovery to the terminally ill. Patient care in a home setting can be an alternative to a nursing home, assisted living facility, long term care facility, hospital, or skilled nursing facility.
Litigation matters supported by a home health nursing expert witness could involve a medical malpractice case, personal injury, long term care insurance, standards of care, or wrongful death. Litigation support activities by a subject matter expert in home health care could include an expert report, expert opinion, deposition testimony and courtroom testimony. In a high-profile case, or litigation involving a significant financial stake, an attorney may request a legal nurse consultant with prior expert testimony experience. The expertise of a home health nursing expert witness will provide credibility to enable the jury to consider the evidence with the weight it deserves.
Representing the plaintiff or defendant, Cahn Litigation Services has the experience required to turn a search for a home health nursing subject matter expert around quickly. The firm has an earned reputation with top litigation firms for providing experts with the precise balance of expertise and testimony experience required.
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The below expert witness bios represent a small fraction of those Home Health Nursing experts known by Cahn Litigation Services. These bios are provided to give attorneys a sense of the Home Health Nursing landscape.
This expert has deep experience advocating in Nursing Home Standard of Care matters. This expert is certified as a Legal Nurse Consultant. This expert's clinical positions have included Director of Nursing for a long-term care facility and Supervisor of Clinical Medical Practice at a Home Health Care practice. This expert has detailed understanding of the special needs of eldercare and geriatric patients, and for creation and implementation of treatment care plans. This expert's expert witness practice is truly national and this has testified in Standard of Care matters in multiple US states.
This expert is the Principal of legal nurse consultancy providing comprehensive services including assessment, review, research and analysis for medical related cases. This expert serves attorneys and medical clients in the legal process from identification of merit to verdict, whether plaintiff or defense, with services related to Standards of Care, Medical Malpractice/Negligence, Health Care Fraud, Toxic Tort, Personal Injury, Risk Management and Workplace Culture.
As an educator, collaborator and strategist this expert renders informed professional opinions on the outcomes and delivery of health care. This expert has a quarter of a century of nursing and medical experience, which includes, but is not limited to, Medical Surgical, Intensive Care, Obstetrics and Women's Health, Renal Dialysis, Case Management, Education, Long-Term Care, Management and Leadership.
Specializing in Nursing Management and Leadership, this expert obtained an MS in Nursing, and s BS in Nursing, and a Nurse Legal Consultant Certificate. This expert has served in the role of Assistant Professor of Nursing and, among other certifications, holds an Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Neonatal Resuscitation, and Pediatric Life Support. Additionally, this expert has maintained Medical Surgical Board Certification.
This expert is a member of American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants, Sigma Theta Tau International Chi Omega Chapter, the National League for Nurses, a State Education Association, National Society for Leadership Success, Regional Economic Development Advisory Collaborative, and a Coalition of Nurses Leadership Committee. This expert has served on multiple ethics committees in health care, Presidents Council, Provost Council, and Shared Governance Chair.
This expert has been deposed and testified regarding standards of care and in nursing education regarding civil rights litigation. This expert has excellent communication skills and does not fear a court room setting.
This expert leads a successful Legal Nurse consultancy. This expert brings to the table many years of active nursing experience and has logged thousands of annual hours in large Detroit area hospitals. This expert is a member of a clinical faculty teaching nursing students at the bedside, not the classroom.
Specializing in nursing malpractice cases, this expert's experience allows this expert to quickly and accurately pinpoint breaches in the standards of care of licensed nurses and unlicensed nursing personnel. This expert can assist with explaining the role of the nurse in each case, defining that role, and determining how the standard of care was maintained or breached. This expert helps attorneys find breaches in standard of care and determine possible causation. This expert also has experience breaking down the record and creating graphics and reports to easily show a decline in a patient's condition and where intervention was necessary.
This expert provides a wide range of services including case screenings and reviews, verbal and written reports, chronologies, topic research and expert location. This expert is able to assist in drafting notices of intent and affidavits of merit. This expert can also attend independent medical exams and provide a written report of these exams. This expert is experienced extrapolating data from medical records and putting that data into an easily understandable document to better emphasize important case matters. This data can include medication administration, lab results, vital signs, patient positioning, and pain scores.
This expert has a career long connection with the State, including holding numerous positions on the State's payroll as a nurse and consultant. This expert is a Legal Nurse consultant and divides consulting time between clinical nursing duties and providing expert witness services in elder care, long term care, assisted living and nursing home facilities. This expert has testimony experience.
This expert brings to the table many years of nursing experience, including supervisory and managerial roles of RN's/LPN's/CNA's. This included educating staff in patient care and care delivery, critical thinking, emergency responses, equipment, patient's rights, and Nursing Standards of Care. Additionally, this expert participated in recruitment, selection and retention of nursing personnel as well as performance evaluation.
This expert has been an expert for litigation and has provided testimony in over 50 depositions and has participated in approximately 6 trials. This expert has worked for both plaintiff and defense. This expert's cases have included:
This expert has given deposition testimony regarding LPN standards of care in a few cases.
This expert maintains a national practice. More than simply a practitioner, this expert is a former Medical Director at numerous Nursing Homes and Convalescent Homes. This expert is currently the Chair of the Professional Practice Committee (standard of care overseer for practicing physicians) at a hospital.