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Long-Term Care Litigation 2020 Edition

Essential reference tool covering nursing home issues from both the plaintiff’s and defendant’s perspectives.

Nursing homes continue to provide healthcare for our aging population whose needs require varying degrees of specialized care. For the practitioner with a nursing home issue, this handbook supplies the foundational knowledge to better serve both the plaintiff and the defendant. This updated edition covers nursing and medical issues, medical long-term care terminology, and federal and state regulations for long-term care facilities. Also detailed is the necessary documentation for a long-term care case and where it can be found, and samples of a real nursing home complaint and a pressure injury complaint for the practitioner’s use are included.

Chapter 1 — Federal and State Regulation of Long-Term Care Facilities
Elise A. Ruff and Tiffany E. Alberty, Malman 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, Burr Ridge

Chapter 6 — Nursing Issues in Long-Term Care
Shay Jacobson and Patricia Cline, Lifecare Innovations, 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, L&G Law Group LLP, Chicago

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Nursing homes continue to provide healthcare for our aging population whose needs require varying degrees of specialized care. For the practitioner with a nursing home issue, this handbook supplies the foundational knowledge to better serve both the plaintiff and the defendant. This updated edition covers nursing and medical issues, medical long-term care terminology, and federal and state regulations for long-term care facilities. Also detailed is the necessary documentation for a long-term care case and where it can be found, and samples of a real nursing home complaint and a pressure injury complaint for the practitioner’s use are included.

Chapter 1 — Federal and State Regulation of Long-Term Care Facilities
Elise A. Ruff and Tiffany E. Alberty, Malman 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, Burr Ridge

Chapter 6 — Nursing Issues in Long-Term Care
Shay Jacobson and Patricia Cline, Lifecare Innovations, 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, L&G Law Group LLP, Chicago

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