Carol Janse, MPH, BSN, PHN, RN
, CEO of Janse Consulting, is a Nurse Life Care Planner
and Legal Nurse Consultant
serving clients in California and throughout the Country. Ms. Janse has 25 years of clinical and administrative hospital experience. She is masters prepared with an MPH, specializing in Health Education and Program Planning. Ms. Janse has a strong foundation in research which supports her judgment and ability to serve the needs of her clients. Her goal is to provide every client with a thorough and diligent case review or detailed cost analysis supported by evidence based medicine and data research.
As a legal nurse consultant, Ms. Janse assists attorneys by reviewing medical records, identifying Breaches in Standards of Care
and Tampering of Records
. She functions under the Scope of Practice governed by the Board of Registered Nurses and is able to assimilate voluminous medical records, research issues and synthesize information into a concise report. As a Life Care Planner, Ms. Janse assesses medical costs, needed services, and goods of an injured person over an estimated life span.
Ms. Janse provides expert testimony supporting plaintiff or defense counsel. She has experience in high profile and complex cases.
Areas of Expertise are:
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- Spinal Cord Injuries
- Multiple Traumas
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- CRPS / Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome
- Personal Injury / Falls
|Motor Vehicle AccidentsDevelopmentally Disabled / Cerebral PalsyElder AbuseDefense Critiques: Renal Failure, Multiple Traumas,Traumatic Brain Injuries, Motorcycle Accident, Gun shot wounds, crushing injuries and hip fractures. |
The growing shortage of nurses in the United States as well as in California has been well publicized over the last few years. In response, numerous studies have been conducted to identify the causes, analyze the issues and determine solutions. One thread runs through many of the studies: physicians have a significant impact on how nurses feel about their workplace and this affects the quality of patient care and ultimately affects nurse retention