LNCtips.com Newsletter - April 14, 2015

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Documented but Not Done
As nurses, we've all learned this phrase: not documented, not done.  The phrase implies that if the caregiver didn't document all aspects of care, the care wasn't performed.  This phrase has been a boon to plaintiffs until recently.  I'm now seeing plaintiffs file lawsuits claiming that documentation was done, but the care wasn't actually performed.  There's a simple reason for this change in approach by plaintiffs.  And there are some big implications for expert, in-house, and independent legal nurse consultants.  Read More. 
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