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WEB SEMINARS
 

The Center for Medicare Advocacy's web-seminars are presented online, in a slideshow-style format, with real time commentary, and question and answer via conferenced phone lines.  Seminars bring together a wide array of participants from around the country, which lets us address questions and issues from as many perspectives as possible, be it advocacy issues, provider concerns, beneficiary concerns, or others.

Questions? Call Samantha Allard at the Center for Medicare Advocacy’s CT office:
(860)456-7790  or sallard@medicareadvocacy.org


RECORDED SEMINARS (Click here for general information, or click the title to order)


PART D PLAN ANALYSIS: ISSUES FOR PEOPLE IN THE COMMUNITY, NURSING HOMES AND ASSISTED LIVING

(Recorded Seminar # CMA11121)

Learn about the new prescription drug plans from some of the country’s most experienced Medicare lawyers:

  • What will the hundreds of Part D plans offer?

  • How can the plans be analyzed?

  • What are beneficiaries' enrollment options and obligations?

  • How can I guide beneficiaries to make the right decisions?

Seminar Faculty (click name for bio):

Judith Stein, Executive Director
Vicki Gottlich, Senior Policy Attorney
Toby Edelman, Senior Policy Attorney

                                               

$200 for CD-ROM with support materials

To order call: (860) 456-7790 or Fax: (860) 456-2614


THE MEDICARE PART D PRESCRIPTION DRUG PROGRAM:  READY OR NOT, HERE IT COMES

(Recorded Seminar #10908)

Learn about the new law from some of the country’s most experienced Medicare lawyers:

  • What will the prescription drug benefit provide?

  • What will the law mean for elders and people with disabilities

  • What will the law mean for nursing home residents?

  • What are the particular implications for low-income people?

  • What significant penalties and pitfalls do people need to avoid?

Seminar Faculty (click name for bio):

Judith Stein, Executive Director
Vicki Gottlich, Senior Policy Attorney
Patricia Nemore, Senior Policy Attorney

$200 for CD-ROM with support materials

To order call: (860) 456-7790 or Fax: (860) 456-2614


Medicare Act of 2003
 

(Recorded Seminar # CMA-8438-0)

Learn about the new law from some of the country’s most experienced Medicare lawyers:

  • What will the law mean for elders and people with disabilities?

  • What will the prescription drug benefit provide?

  • What are the particular implications for low-income people?

  • What other significant changes does the law make?

Seminar Faculty (click name for bio):

Judith Stein, Executive Director
Vicki Gottlich, Senior Policy Attorney
Patricia Nemore, Senior Policy Attorney

$200 for CD-ROM with support materials

To order call: (860) 456-7790 or Fax: (860) 456-2614


The Center for Medicare Advocacy, Inc. and The Center for Medicare Education Present Two Recorded Seminars:

Medicare Home Health Coverage as a Long-Term Care Benefit
(Seminar CMA75540)

  • Hear top national Medicare lawyers and an experienced home care nurse and advocate share up-to-the-minute coverage rules and practical tips

  • Learn how Medicare can be an important source of long-term care

  • Separate the myths from realities about Medicare coverage for home care services

  • Learn the answers to frequently asked questions

  • Get advice from the experts

Medicare Skilled Nursing Coverage and Related Issues
(Seminar CMA77410)

  • Learn what elders and people with disabilities can and can not expect from Medicare for nursing home coverage

  • Learn how to help ensure that beneficiaries obtain Medicare coverage for the hospital stay which is required to obtain nursing home coverage

  • Practical tips from some of the most experienced Medicare beneficiary lawyers in the country and the Center's nurse-advocate

  • Get advice from the experts

Faculty (Click on name for Bio.)

Judith A. Stein, JD, Executive Director, Center for Medicare Advocacy
Brad S. Plebani, JD, Senior Attorney, Center for Medicare Advocacy
Ellen Lang, RN, MPH, Advocacy Coordinator, Center for Medicare Advocacy

90-minute duration each

$200 each for CD-ROM with support materials

To order call: (860) 456-7790 or Fax: (860) 456-2614

 
 


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