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Disease/Dying in MT: Advance Care, End of Life, & Estate Planning Goals, Conflicts & Practical Tools
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The State Bar's Health Care Law Section and BETTR Section are pleased to present a CLE seminar free of charge at Providence St. Patrick Hospital's Broadway Building Conference Center located at 500 W. Broadway in Missoula from 7:30 am to 12 Noon on Friday, March 4th. Free parking is available in the Broadway Building underground parking garage. Coffee and light snacks will be served.

3/4/2016
When: March 4, 2016
7:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Where: Providence St. Patrick Hospital - Broadway Building Conference Center
500 W. Broadway
Missoula 59802
United States
Contact: Meagan Caprara
406-447-2206


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Disease and Dying in Montana: Advance Care, End of Life, & Estate Planning Goals, Conflicts & Practical Tools for Attorneys & Health Care Professionals

4.0 MT CLE Credits including 1.0 Ethics 


This Medical Conference seminar is open to both attorneys and health care professionals. Seminar Presenters include: Carla Davis, MD, Administrative Physician Lead for Providence Medical Group Ambulatory Palliative Care; Christopher Jons, MD, St. Patrick Hospital Inpatient Palliative Care medical Director; Erin F. MacLean, Esq., Freeman and MacLean, P.C., Helena; Justin Bryan, Esq., LLM Taxation, Bryan Law Firm, P.C., Bozeman; and Charles W. "Chuck" Willey, Esq., former Adjunct Professor, UM School of Law. 

Following a practical overview and demonstration by Dr. Davis and Dr. Jons of three “conversation based interventions” including Advance Directives, Living Wills, and POLST, Dr. Davis and Erin MacLean will discuss the interplay between Hospitals, SNFs, Home Health, and considerations for payment of facility services and the extent and duration of insurance coverage.  Ms. MacLean will review Medicaid spend down rules and Medicaid resources.

During a joint discussion regarding estate planning goals, tools, and the impact of timing, Ms. MacLean and Justin Bryan will present ethical considerations from the Rules of Professional Conduct and the potential for conflicts of interest.  The attorneys will further discuss the after effect of Health Care Powers of Attorney, Living Wills, and HIPAA authorizations once executed, as well as the potential conflicts with POLST physician orders.

Attorney Chuck Willey will review the statutory and case law basis for the new Health Care Power of Attorney, the precipitating national case law including U.S. Supreme Court decisions, and provide an in depth discussion of the new form. Copies of the new Supplement to the statutory short-form economic Power of Attorney will also be provided.

Schedule

 

 

a.m.

7:30

Welcome & Introduction of Presenters

W. Rick Beck, Esq.

7:35 - 8:35

Advance Care Planning: Goals of Care & Shared Decision Making

Carla Davis, M.D. & Christopher Jons, M.D.

8:35 - 8:40

Break

8:40 - 9:40

Where Do You Want Your Care? Considerations on Aging Care Options—At Home & Beyond

Carla Davis, M.D. & Erin MacLean, Esq.

9:40 - 9:45

Break

9:45 - 10:45

Who Is Your Client In End Of Life Discussions?

Erin MacLean, Esq. & Justin Bryan, Esq.

10:45 - 10:50

Break

10:50—11:50

The New Health Care Power of Attorney and Supplement to Statutory Short Form Economic Power of Attorney

Charles W. “Chuck” Willey, Esq.

11:50—12:00p

Final Q&A

All presenters

 

 

The State Bar's Health Care Law Section is pleased to present a CLE seminar free of charge at Providence St. Patrick Hospital's Broadway Building Conference Center located at 500 W. Broadway in Missoula from 7:30 am to 12 Noon on Friday, March 4th.  Free parking is available in the Broadway Building underground parking garage.  Coffee and light snacks will be served.