The Real Cost of Care: Making the case for a Life Care Plan

This webinar explains the nurse life care planning process and its importance in determining evidence-based care and the corresponding cost.

Join life care planning expert, Cynthia Bourbeau, as she shares the framework of a life care plan within the following areas:

  • Understanding the injury and medical treatment to date
  • Fully uncovering the present status of your claimant and implications for your case
  • Treatment recommendations and estimated future expenses
  • Cost beyond direct medical care, the real cost of care

Presenter:

Cynthia Bourbeau, President and Founder of Medical and Life Care Consulting Services, Inc. (MLCC).

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