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Introduction To Medicare & Long Term Care (2011)
Session from Basics Workshop May 2011 Las Vegas, NV. Provides overview of long-term care including background, cost and care funding sources, long-term care insurance and taxation of benefits.
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.
Medicaid Basics (2011)
Session from Basics Workshop May 2011 Las Vegas, NV. An overview of the Medicaid statute, Medicaid eligibility requirements and strategies, including asset transfers, spousal impoverishment provisions, appeals and rights of recovery. Also covers long-term care diversion and skilled nursing facilities. Presented by Bob Morris. 1.5 hours.
Medicaid Estate Recovery (2015)
The application of federal and state statutes on estate recovery may cost your client even after death. Attend this session and you'll be able to identify whether assets are subject to estate recovery, determine whether exemptions or changes in ownership/beneficiary designations can protect assets, and analyze whether the state has exceeded the outer limits of the federal estate recovery statute. Presented by Clayton Davis, Esq.
Medicaid Estate Recovery State By State Analysis (2012)
Breakout session from the 2012 Annual National Conference. Presented by
. 1 hour. This is a multi-state analysis of estate recovery including constitutionality, federal pre-emption, what can (and cannot) be recovered, conflict of laws regarding joint tenancy, contracts, trusts, life estates and IRAs, recovery from the recipient, spouse or others and the attorney's role when counseling.
Medicaid For Married Persons (2009)
Session from Introduction To Elder and Special Needs Law. Explore all of the strategies available to protect the Community Spouse including spend down, conversion of countable assets to non-countable assets, and transfers of assets. Appeals for expansion of the minimum Monthly Maintenance Needs Allowance and Community Spouse Resource Allowance. Presented by Thomas D. Begley, Jr. and Jo-Anne Herina Jeffreys. 1 hour.
Medicaid Fundamentals (2012)
Session from the 2012 Basics of Elder Law Workshop. Presented by
Stephen Spano, CELA
. 1 hour. The course will provide an overview of the Federal Medicaid laws that apply to eligibility for member benefits. Presentation will also include a review of the evolution of the laws that modified the program to its current form, including the Deficit Reduction Action of 2005 and its applicability to Medicaid planning for long term care. This content will be delivered in electronic format, for additional information click
Medicaid Fundamentals (2013)
This session provides an overview of the federal Medicaid laws that apply to eligibility for benefits. Presentation includes a review of the evolution of the laws that modified the program to its current form, including the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 and its applicability to Medicaid planning for long-term care. Presented by Stephen J. Spano, CELA.
Medicaid Hearings and Appeals (2012)
This presentation addresses the core information needed by an attorney representing a client at a Medicaid Fair Hearing. It includes a discussion of the ten most important pitfalls to avoid when handling a Medicaid Fair Hearing. Presented by Howard S. Krooks, CELA, CAP.
Medicaid Home and Community Based Waivers (2009)
Session from 2009 Public Benefits and Guardianship Institute presented by Gene Coffey, National Senior Citizens Law Center and Morris Klein, CELA. Waiver programs have become more popular and attorneys need to know how such programs work.
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