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Licensed Practical Nurse Tag

Jones Health Law > Posts tagged "Licensed Practical Nurse"

Understanding the Intervention Project for Nurses Monitoring Contract

If you are a nurse (i.e. LPN, RN, APRN, etc) and have decided to participate in the Intervention Project for Nurses (“IPN”) you will first have to undergo an evaluation, which will include an interview with an IPN approved doctor and a toxicology test. After this evaluation has been completed, IPN may suggest no monitoring or require that you enter into a monitoring contract. Typically, you have roughly two weeks to sign the monitoring contract. Prior to signing the contract, you should thoroughly review the IPN Participant Manual so that you understand the requirements for participation. The last thing you want...

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Jamaal Jones Wins Against Florida Board of Nursing

On June 6th, Jamaal R. Jones represented a client during a Board of Nursing hearing at the Streamsong Resort. The Board wanted to permanently revoke the client's nursing license, pay over $15k in fines, etc. stemming from very serious allegations. Mr. Jones was able to secure a settlement of only 6 months of probation without an admission of guilt! Great result and a grateful client!...

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Establishing A Mobile IV Therapy Clinic in Florida

[vc_row triangle_shape="no"][vc_column][vc_column_text] Recently, I’ve received several inquiries from doctors, nurses and healthcare entrepreneurs who are considering opening mobile intravenous therapy clinics throughout Florida but have some legal concerns. In the past, there weren’t many Florida laws enacted to significantly regulate IV therapy clinics whether mobile or not and not much has changed over the years. Florida doesn’t have corporate practice of medicine limitations which is attractive for many of these individuals. What is Intravenous Therapy? The administration of intravenous (“IV”) therapy is defined as the therapeutic infusion and/or injection of substances (i.e. supplements, vitamins and minerals) through the venous peripheral system, consisting of...

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