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2021 Medicaid & Elder Law Update

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Date Published

May 19, 2021

Publisher

Monroe County Bar Association

Subjects

Elder Law, Professional Practice, Skills, Trusts & Estates

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Summary

Watch our annual Medicaid & Elder Law Update which included a review of recent caselaw and Medicaid changes. With topics such as: new transfer penalties for community based long term care services; processing of applications during Covid-19; lawsuits by nursing homes against family members of resident; case law update; fair hearing update; discuss the new Power of Attorney form. In addition, Dr. Chin-Lin Ching, Highland Hospital's Ethics Committee Co-Chair and Director of the Highland Hospital Palliative Care Consultation Service, presented with Yolanda Rios on the topic of health care proxies and surrogate decision making, and how those are viewed and interpreted in practice.

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Presenters

Chin-Lin Ching, MD

CHIN-LIN CHING, M.D., is an assistant professor of clinical medicine at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and... Read More

RICHARD MARCHESE, JR., Esq.

RICHARD A. MARCHESE, JR., ESQ., is a partner of Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP in Rochester, New York. He is chair of the firm’s... Read More

YOLANDA RIOS, Esq.

YOLANDA RIOS, ESQ., is an attorney at the law firm of Dutcher & Zatkowsky. She focuses her practice on Mental Hygiene Law... Read More

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