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Vice Chairs:

Navigating the Challenges of Palliative/Hospice Care in Home & Other Settings
Tue, Oct 3, 2017

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This webinar provided an overview of the challenges that arise in connection with patients who suffer from progressive life-threatening diseases such as cancer, multiple sclerosis, ALS and end-stage renal disease and their need for palliative or hospice care at home or in other settings. Emphasis was given to issues encountered by attorneys who represent either these health care providers or the patients/families who must navigate these situations.

Tiara B. Shoter, JD, Boehl Stopher & Graves LLP, Louisville, KY

*Allison Bungardas, RN, JD, Allison M Bungardas PLLC, Dearborn, MI
*Stephen J. D’Amico, MD, CMD, Geriatric Research and Evaluation, Inc., Brentwood, TN
*Marlene Garvis, JD, MSN, Marlene S Garvis, LLC, Minnetonka, MN

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