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|Medical Services Specialist
Maintains consultant list and recruits new physicians. Performs preliminary evaluation of consultants and independent medical exam (IME) performance....
|American Family Insurance||1/29/2015|
|Senior Talent Acquisition Consultant - Medical and Veterinary Academics and Researchers
Ensures that all phases of the employment process are in full, legal compliance. The Senior Talent Acquisition Consultant is responsible for all recruitment...
|DeVry Education Group||1/23/2015|
|Principal Business Information Consultant: Healthcare Provider (Big Data)
§ Corporate Functions (Finance, Information Technology, Human Resources, Legal). § Clinical Activities (Pathology, Radiology, Surgical Services, Medical...
|Watson Transformation Consultant - Healthcare Provider/Clinical Oncology
As an IBM Watson Solutions Group Transformation Consultant you will:. We have an exciting opportunity for a Watson Transformation Consultant - Healthcare...
|Interim Chief Executive Officer
Keeps the President, and HTMS legal department, as applicable, aware of all key developments in the hospital, including political, fiscal, legal, compliance,...
|National Scientific Consultants
The National Scientific Consultant will be responsible for but not limited to:. The National Scientific Consultants will develop and maintain long-term...
|Iroko Pharmaceuticals, LLC||11/4/2014|
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Legal nurse consultants (LNCs) lend their nursing experience and expertise to attorneys to help with the medical aspects of their cases. Several organizations and agencies exist for legal nurse consultants, though the main professional LNC organization is the American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants. The Legal Nurse Consultant Certified (LNCC) program is maintained by the American Legal Nurse Consultant Certification Board (ALNCCB) and is accredited by the American Board of Nursing Specialties (ABNS). A registered nurse can also become a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant (CLNC), but this credential is not recognized by the American Board of Nursing Specialties (ABNS).