Medical Costing Experts
James Quinn is a registered nurse licensed in Pennsylvania and New Jersey as well as a certified life care planner with over twelve years of clinical nursing experience. He has written life care plans for both defense and plaintiff clients in areas of traumatic brain injuries, surgical revisions, orthopedic and crush injuries, chronic head, neck, arm, knee, back and leg pain, amputations, burns, electrical trauma, end-stage renal failure with dialysis and end of life planning related to terminal illness.
His opinion is sought by worker’s compensation adjusters to determine reasonable care/services to value provided for injured workers. He also assists with site surveys of long term care facilities and fee negotiations for insurance companies.
James holds a certification in acute/critical care nursing and has held certifications in basic life support, advanced cardiovascular life support, pediatric advanced life support certifications, emergency room nursing, and trauma nursing.
He is a member of the International Academy of Life Care Planners (IALCP), American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN), American Academy of Professional Coders, and American Association of Nurse Life Care Planners (AANLCP).
He is an active member of the AANLCP Journal Committee and was the recipient of the 2018 Excellence in Collaboration and Teamwork award at St. Mary Medical Center in Langhorne, Pennsylvania.
Proud Pennsylvania Life Care Planner
Mr. Quinn has served his community as a registered nurse, executing complex treatments in collaboration with other healthcare providers for critical patients. He has mentored and trained student nurses, graduate nurses, and experienced RNs in acute care. Through rapid critical thinking, life-saving measures were often implemented with positive outcomes. His experience as an emergency room and trauma nurse has allowed him a unique perspective to better understand traumatic events for both the client and their family. Whether he was caring for telemetry, medical-surgical or orthopedic patients, he would frequently work in concert with physicians, case managers, social workers, physical and occupational therapists helping to meet the rehabilitation needs of his patients.