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Medicare Hot Topics and Concerns
This session will cover hot topics and concerns in the key areas of Legal Medicare coverage, significant obstacles to that coverage in today’s environment, and how to think about the best option for accessing Medicare-through traditional Medicare or a private Medicare Advantage plan. In addition this session will provide updates regarding Jimmo and the Hospital Observation Status.
Medicare Involuntary Discharges for Various Care Settings (2012)
This workshop explores developing advocacy strategies to combat involuntary discharge from hospitals and other care settings that participate in Medicare and Medicaid. Also explores the need for readiness with regard to combating the inappropriately filed hospital sponsored guardianship petition, a commonly used alternative method of effecting involuntary discharge from hospital settings. Presented by Alfred J. Chiplin Jr., JD, M.DIV, Senior Policy Attorney, Center for Medicare Advocacy, Inc.; Veronica Williams, Esq.; and Shervonne Banks, MSG, Geriatric Care Manager as part of the National Aging and Law Institute.
Medicare Myths (2009)
Session from 2009 Public Benefits and Guardianship Institute presented by Margaret Murphy, Center for Medicare Advocacy and Vicki Gottlich, JD LLM, Center for Medicare Advocacy. Too frequently misunderstandings and misinformation bar Medicare coverage and necessary health care. The session discusses the myths and realities of Medicare coverage, and debunks various inappropriate barriers to coverage and care including the all-encompassing "Improvement Standard" which constantly blocks access for people with long-term conditions; the notion that Medicare home care is only for short periods; the perceived limitations of Medicare hospice coverage; and the limited, but nonetheless often underutilized Medicare nursing home benefit. Real client examples and practical tips are included in the discussion.
Medicare Overview (2009)
Session from 2009 Introduction to Special Needs and Elder Law presented by Alfred J. Chiplin Jr. JD, MDiv, CPE. Session provides an introduction to the basics of Medicare, including coverage for persons under age 65. Begins with a 10-question Medicare true/false quiz to focus the discussion. Special topics include rules for coverage of ambulance transport, obtaining durable medical equipment, understanding concepts of "home bound" for the purpose of the Medicare home health benefit and exploring problems and concerns about the Medicare Part B income-related premium applicable to higher income beneficiaries.
Medicare Overview (2012)
Presentation covers the Center For Medicare Advocacy's 2012 Medicare Handbook, An Introduction to Medicare. Presented by Alfred J. Chiplin, Jr., Esq..
Medicare Secondary Payer Compliance (2010)
Session from Special Needs Law Summit February 2010. Discussion of the duty of fiducaries to protect and safeguard elderly/disabled persons from abuse, neglect and mistreatment in healthcare settings. Presented by Sylvius von Saucken, Rafael Gonzalez and Sally Hart. 1 hour.
Medicare's Interest In A Personal Injury Award (2010)
Webinar originally presented 10/5/2010. What Elder Law Attorneys should know about Medicare set-aside requirements. Presented by Brad Frigon. 1 hour.
MIDGTS VS. SPAS (2009)
Session from November 2009 Public Benefits and Guardianship Institute. Learn the best way to protect your home from the high cost of nursing home care. How to do it without a tax bill for your children if the property is sold? How to keep control of your house yet have it protected? Trust (MIDGT) or life estate (SPA), which to use? If you use a life estate, couple it with a retained special power of appointment to keep even greater control. Presented by Timothy P. Crawford. 1 hour.
New POMS On Attorney Fees
On June 25, 2019, with no fanfare or advance notice, the Social Security Administration (SSA) issued an updated Program Operation Manual System (POMS) on the subject of when Legal Services may be subject to SSA's fee authorization process. Concerns arose that the SSA, for the first time, included several situations that may require attorneys to submit an SSA fee authorization request. During the webinar, we will review the new POMS and tips on steps the attorney may want to consider making that may minimize the impact on attorney's practices.
Non-Borrowing Spouse Protections in HECM Transactions
This webinar is based on the January/February/March 2018 NAELA News article,
Home Equity Conversion Mortgage: Non-Borrowing Spouse Protections in HECM Transactions.
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Recently enacted regulatory changes to HUD's Home Equity Conversion Mortgage program offer additional protections for "non-borrowing spouses."
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