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Intercounty Health Facilities Association Presents: Personal Estate Planning for Administrators and Staff

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November 20, 20159:00 am to 10:30 amHuntington Hills Center for Health & Rehab400 South Service RoadMelvillePaul Hyl, Esq., Cona Elder Law Partner and head of the Estate Planning Department, will discuss all aspects of estate planning for young and old, wealthy and middle-income.  Open to Intercounty Health Facilities Association Members Only   RSVP to Joan Trocchia at jtrocchia@intercountyhealth.com

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Enhancing Your Elder Law Knowledge: Article 81 Guardianships, Ethical Considerations, and Securing Medicaid Benefits for Your Clients

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Wednesday, November 4, 20156:00 pm to 9:00 pmHofstra University Club 225 Hofstra BoulevardHempstead, NY Melissa Negrin-Wiener, Esq. to present on Medicaid benefits. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to learn cutting-edge law, accrue needed New York State CLE credits and network with fellow alumni. Free of charge; open to Hofstra Alumni only To learn more click here RSVP: For more information, contact Daphne […]

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Enhancing Your Elder Law Knowledge: Article 81 Guardianships, Ethical Considerations, and Securing Medicaid Benefits for Your Clients

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Wednesday, November 4, 20156:00 pm to 9:00 pmHofstra University Club 225 Hofstra BoulevardHempstead, NYMelissa Negrin-Wiener, Esq. to present on Medicaid benefits. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to learn cutting-edge law, accrue needed New York State CLE credits and network with fellow alumni. Free of charge; open to Hofstra Alumni only RSVP: For more information, contact Daphne Telfeyan at […]

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Protecting Residents: Should Nursing Homes Bring Guardianship Proceedings?

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July 29, 2015 By Jennifer B. Cona A number of nursing home residents do not have family members or appointed agents under advance directives to provide basic assistance with personal needs and/or financial decisions.  Is it appropriate in those cases for the healthcare facility to bring a guardianship proceeding on behalf of the resident to ensure those […]

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Elder Law and the Primary Care Provider: What Medical Professionals Need to Know

Date: Tuesday, May 5, 2015 – 3:00pm to 4:00pmLocation: Stony Brook University100 Nicolls RoadStony Brook, New YorkTopic: Presented By:  Melissa Negrin-Wiener, Esq. Cona Elder Law Partner Medical professionals are called upon to have discussions with their patients regarding advance directives, including health care proxies and living wills, and to discuss end-of-life decision-making.  This seminar will help doctors and physician […]

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Health Care Facility In-Service Practical Tips for Good Admission Outcomes

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Date: Wednesday, March 4, 2015 – 2:00am to 4:00amTopic: Ensuring a smooth Admissions process is important for both health care facilities and families.  This in-service is designed to provide health care facility staff with practical tips to ensure success on day one and every day thereafter. The in-service will cover: ♦  The Admissions Process            ♦  Who Should Sign the […]

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Heightened Homeland Security Impacts Medicaid Benefits

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Printable Version » V.S. was a legal resident of the U.S. and held a “green card” (Permanent Residence Card). Prior to V.S.’s admission to a skilled nursing facility, he had traveled outside of the U.S. and when he returned, Homeland Security confiscated his green card due to post-9/11 heightened security. The administrative proceeding to get his […]

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The Intersection of Guardianships and Medicaid: Securing Medicaid Benefits When a Resident Lacks Capacity

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Cona Elder Law Secures over $460,000 in Medicaid Reimbursement. Printable Version » A.P., a resident of a skilled nursing facility since 2009, had diminished capacity and was unable to assist the facility with an application for Medicaid benefits. As the unpaid balance was growing, Cona Elder Law petitioned the Court for the appointment of a Guardian […]

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Back-in-the-Black E-Newsletter Winter/Spring 2014

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News AlertManaged Medicaid Transition: Implementation Delayed   The transition of nursing home residents to Medicaid Managed Care, scheduled to begin as of April 1, 2014, has been delayed. A new implementation date has not been set forth at this time.Read More » The Intersection of Guardianships and Medicaid: Securing Medicaid Benefits When a Resident Lacks CapacityCona Elder […]

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Intercounty Health Facilities Association: Transitioning to Managed Care and Managing Leaves of Absence in the Workplace

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Date: Friday, September 19, 2014 – 9:00am to 12:00pmLocation: RXR Office Building58 South Service RoadMelville, New YorkPresenters: Ken Kern, Esq.Melissa Negrin-Wiener, Esq.Cona Elder Law, LLPJeffrey M. Schlossberg, Esq.Jackson Lewis, P.C. Audience: Administrators, Owners, Department Heads, Finance and Human Resources Personnel Attendees will receive 3 hours CEU’s provided for NHAs  The seminar will cover: ♦  Managed Long Term Care (MLTC)♦  Improving Collections upon Admission♦  […]

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