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Long-Term Care Litigation 2017 Edition

This is an essential resource for the practitioner faced with a nursing home issue, whether from the plaintiff’s or the defendant’s perspective, covering federal and state regulation of long-term care facilities, surveys, involuntary transfer and discharge, records issues, medical issues and terminology, and nursing issues.
  • Product ID: 17LTCARE-U
  • Formats:
    • Handbook
    • E-book

Description

Because the population continues to age, nursing homes will continue to serve as an integral part of society and strive to meet the needs of an aging population. This handbook lays essential groundwork for the practitioner faced with a nursing home issue, whether from the plaintiff’s or the defendant’s perspective. This new edition includes extensive coverage of medical long-term care terminology, involuntary transfer and discharge, and the documents that must be obtained in a long-term care case and where to find them. A sample of a real nursing home complaint and a sample pressure ulcer/injury complaint are provided for you to adapt and use in your own practice.

LONG-TERM CARE LITIGATION (2017)

Chapter 1 — Federal and State Regulation of Long-Term Care Facilities
Lawrence Finn, The Finn Law Firm, Chicago

Chapter 2 — Surveys — Licensure and Enforcement
Ari B. Kirshner, McCabe Kirshner, P.C., Lincolnwood

Chapter 3 — Involuntary Transfer and Discharge
Ari B. Kirshner, McCabe Kirshner, P.C., Lincolnwood

Chapter 4 — Long-Term Care Records Issues
Eric J. Parker, Stotis & Baird Chartered, Chicago

Chapter 5 — Medical Issues and Terminology in Long-Term Care
Shay Jacobson and Patricia Cline, Lifecare Innovations and Lifecare Guardianship, Burr Ridge

Chapter 6 — Nursing Issues in Long-Term Care
Shay Jacobson and Patricia Cline, Lifecare Innovations and Lifecare Guardianship, Burr Ridge

Chapter 7 — Plaintiff’s Perspective
Michael F. Bonamarte and Steven M. Levin, Levin & Perconti, Chicago

Chapter 8 — Defendant’s Perspective
James M. Bream, Lowis & Gellen LLP, Chicago

Materials

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    Long-Term Care Litigation 2017 Edition E-book
Handbook
SKU: 17LTCARE-H
$165.00

E-book
SKU: 17LTCARE-E
$165.00

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