Author Archives: Donna M. Post, RN CLNC/Mid-Valley Legal Nurse Consulting, Inc.

About Donna M. Post, RN CLNC/Mid-Valley Legal Nurse Consulting, Inc.

Donna M. Post, RN, BSN, MBA/HCM, CLNC, LNCP-C is a Registered Nurse with 25 years of experience ranging from critical care to healthcare management. She currently is a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant and Certified Life Care Planner and the founder of Mid-Valley Legal Nurse Consulting, Inc. http://www.mvlnc.com.

Monitoring your Medication Prescriptions – My Ongoing RANT

Well, periodically I get on my prescription medication rant and your role in making sure your prescriptions are correct. So,  here I go again… I recently went to a client’s home and reviewed their medications.  I noted there was a … Continue reading

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Important Advice for Anyone who Takes 2 or More Medications

**This article is part of my special series about prescription safety. If you or a loved one is currently taking doctor-prescribed medications, it is important that you understand the risks and precautions associated with them. Prescription medications can substantially improve … Continue reading

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Are You Taking too Much of the Same Medication? Top 10 Tips to Avoid Duplication

In a previous post, I talked about making sure you get the correct prescriptions filled. Medication errors can range from a doctor prescribing the wrong medicine to a pharmacy filling the wrong prescription.  Now, I would like to spend a … Continue reading

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Your Health Insurance Claim – DENIED!!!

Have you ever received a denial letter regarding your health insurance coverage?  Do you know of someone who has?  Unfortunately this happens more than I would like to see.   A couple of reasons for denial of your healthcare insurance claim are: Documentation … Continue reading

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What Really Happened to Mom? Private Healthcare Advocates Provide Answers.

Today I was able to do one of my favorite things as a  private healthcare advocate.  That is, providing knowledge and clarity regarding medical conditions and nursing care.  I was contacted by a client who needed to understand his mother’s … Continue reading

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Straight Talk with Your Healthcare Provider

This weekend,  I met with one of my clients.  He had a successful bypass surgery three years ago.  Now, a few years post-surgery, he has gotten his activity level up to walking on a treadmill three miles per day. He … Continue reading

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DO YOU USE NEEDLES OR MEDICAL-RELATED SHARPS AT HOME?

Last week at a client home visit, I happened to be there at the right time to do some health education.  My client is a diabetic and I was there when she was testing her blood sugar.  She had great technique … Continue reading

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