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Jimmo vs. Sebelius (Medicare “Improvement Standard” Settlement) - Ten Months After the Order: Where are we now? What’s Next? (2013)
Counsel for the Jimmo plaintiffs will update advocates on Medicare's clarification that skilled nursing, home health and outpatients need not show medical improvement to receive coverage for nursing and therapy services for chronic conditions. The panel will also provide suggestions about applying the Settlement to help beneficiaries obtain Medicare coverage and access to care. Presented by Alice Bers, Esq.; Gill Deford, Esq.; Margaret Murphy, Esq.; Judith A. Stein, Esq. - Center for Medicare Advocacy, Inc.
Life Care Planning (2014)
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.
Life Care Planning Alternatives (2012)
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.
Lunch & Learn: Helping With Your Clients' Non-Legal Needs
Free to Members
Jennifer Balmos, Esq., has a practice in Bartonville,Texas. She is a member of the NAELA News Editorial Board.
Learn how care managers and patient advocates can help your clients. Each has a different role during a health care crisis or ongoing illness.
Thursday, September 10, 2020
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Questions About This Event? Please Contact:
Dannie Larkin firstname.lastname@example.org or 703-942-5711 Ext. 229
Medical and End of Life Decision Making (2010)
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.
Medicare & Medicaid: Age of Budget Cuts and Reform (2011)
From the National Aging & Law Institute. Focuses on the challenges of balancing federal and state budgets while meeting the health care needs of our most vulnerable citizens. Presented by Deborah Banda, AARP Senior State Director; Gene Coffey, Esq., National Senior Citizens Law Center and Judith Stein, JD, Center for Medicare Advocacy, Inc.
Medicare Appeals In Light Of The Jimmo Settlement
Information about the NAELA Foundation provided grant to Center for Medicare Advocacy (CMA) to support NAELA members, clients who rely on Medicare to access health care, and to strengthen and protect the Medicare program.
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 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.
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