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Health Care Decision Making and HIPAA Privacy Barriers: How to Avoid and Solve Problems (2013)

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Health care agents and family members of patients sometimes run into HIPAA problems, such as, “I can't talk to you because of HIPAA". Learn the myths and facts of HIPAA; how to prevent and solve problems, and resources you can draw upon. Presented by Charles P. Sabatino, ABA Commission on Law and Aging; Rachel Seeger, MA, MPA, HHS; Elizabethanne Miller Angevine, Esq.; Dr. Katalin Eve Roth, J.D. M.D. F.A.C.P.
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Health Care Decision-Making Near the End of Life: From Micro to Macro (2012)

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Public policy addressing end-of-life decision-making has traditionally been focused on creating legal tools for individuals to express their wishes, i.e., advance directives. Learn how the state-of-the-art has moved from a legal model to a more flexible communications model and how broader systems of institutional policy, social policy, and shortcomings in caregiver supports hinder or advance person-centered decision-making. Presented by Charles P. Sabatino, JD, Director, ABA Commission on Law and Aging; and Joanne Lynn, MD, Director, Center for Elder Care and Advanced Illness, Altarum Institute as part of the National Aging and Law Institute.
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Health Care Reform: Implementation and Future Challenges (2012)

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Now that the Supreme Court has ruled that the Affordable Care Act is constitutional, we move on with implementation and other challenges. This is an expert overview of implementation and challenges that lay ahead for the changes in health care. Presented by: Gill Deford, Director of Litigation, Center for Medicare Advocacy, Inc.; Patricia E. Kefalas Dudek, CAP; and Kevin Prindiville, Deputy Director, Staff Attorney, National Senior Citizens Law Center as part of the 2012 National Aging and Law Institute.
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How Can POLST Help My Client and Their Family? (2017)

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Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST) use is in a growing number of states. For clients with advanced illness and frailty, they turn advance directives into action as medical orders; assuring treatment preferences near the end of life are honored. Dr. Susan Tolle founded and has directed the Oregon Health & Science University Center for Ethics in Health Care since 1989 and has shepherded its growth into a now internationally recognized ethics center with programs such as the Physicians Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST) program and more recently the Oregon POLST Registry. She also serves as the Chair of the Oregon POLST Coalition. Presented by: Susan W. Tolle, M.D
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Interjurisdictional Recognition of Advance Care (2012)

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This session includes an interim report of the Joint Study Committee on Interjurisdictional Recognition of Life Planning Documents. The Committee's charge is to consider and make recommendations concerning the need for and feasibility of drafting a uniform act on inter-jurisdictional recognition of life planning documents, such as powers of attorney, health care advance directives, and similar instruments. Breakout session from the 2012 Annual National
Conference. Presented by David English, Laura Watts and Linda Whitton. 1 hour.
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Is Your Advance Directive Worth the Paper It’s Written On? What Works and What Doesn’t? (2013)

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Drawing on extensive research on end-of-life decision making, we offer an inside view of the challenges of using advance directives in the real world. Viewers will also be introduced to practical tools they can use with clients. Presented by Dr. Susan Shapiro, American Bar Foundation, and Charles P. Sabatino, ABA Commission on Law and Aging
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Life Care Planning (2014)

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Life Care Planning is a holistic, elder-centered approach to the practice of law that helps families respond to every challenge caused by chronic illness or disability of an elderly loved one. The goal of Life Care Planning is to promote and maintain the good health, safety, well-being, and quality oflife of elders and their families. Elders and their families get access to a wider variety of options for care as wet! as knowledgeable guidance from a team of compassionate advisors who help them make the right choices about every aspect of their loved one's well-being. Presented as part of the 2014 Annual National Conference by Jerold E. Rothkoff, Esq., Beth A. Prather, Esq.
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Life Care Planning Alternatives (2012)

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Breakout session from the 2012 Annual National Conference. Presented by Rajiv Nagaich, Peter C. Sisson and Tim Takacs, CELA. 1 hour. Life Care Planning is most often practiced by incorporating the health care professional into the law firm as an employee. Other models of practice exist, however, which also provide an interdisciplinary approach that benefits clients and their families. This session will focus on a discussion of the panelists' experiences in practicing from a traditional life care planning to practice to development of a separate geriatric care management company that works closely with the elder law firm.
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Medical and End of Life Decision Making (2010)

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Session from 2010 Annual Meeting presented by Robert Fleischner, James A. Jaeger, CELA and Stephen W. Dale, Esq. The developing law regarding the rights and abilities of persons with disabilities to make decisions about their health care, particularly at the end of life, is influenced by jurisprudential, political, ethical, cultural and medical considerations. This workshop explores the rights of individuals with disabiliies to self-determination in medical decision making by considering concepts and measures of capacity to make such decisions and through discussion of the various roles of families, health care providers, courts, substitute decision makers, and written advance plans. The often conflicting political and ethical viewpoints of some disability activists and civil libertarians provides a background for the discussion. How do the rights of persons with severe disabilities to treatment and preservation of life interact with their right to refuse unwanted treatment? This workshop explores this dilemma.
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Medical Futility (2011)

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Session from May 2011 Annual National Conference. As medical technology becomes more advanced patients are demanding more treatment. When is it enough, and who should make that decision? Discover the legal and ethical issues surrounding medical futility. Presented by Dr. Thaddeus Mason Pope. 1 hour.
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