E-Newsletter of July 23, 2013 | Vol. 6, No. 30
Messy Rollout Of Health Law Echoes Medicare Drug Expansion | MPR News
Minnesota legislators tout bills that benefit seniors | West Central Tribune
Legislators have eye on closure of Willmar, Minn., nursing home | West Central Tribune
Minn., Texas, Colo. Adapting To Health Law In Different Ways |Kaiser Health News
Limits on nursing home telemedicine will stand, CMS announces |McKnight's
Fixing up seniors homes to help them age in place |The Boston Globe
Elder abuse won’t be overlooked |Star News
Minnesota woman scammed out of thousands of dollars |WXOW
Submitted by Joel Smith, Esq.
There are no cases to report this week.
There are no statues, regulations or bulletins to report this week.
There are no upcoming events or CLEs to report this week.
GOVERNING COUNCIL: The next meeting of the Elder Law Section Governing Council will be on Friday, August 23, 2013 at 3:30 pm. Please be reminded that the meeting location is: Estate & Elder Law Services (formerly MAO Legal Services), Monroe Village, 1900 Central Avenue NE, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55418. The meeting takes place in the buildings conference room. There are a few parking spaces behind the building and lots of street parking. People should walk to the back of the building and come to the back door which faces directly into the meeting room.
For further information, please contact David Rephan, Chair, at:email@example.com.
DON'T FORGET THAT THE ELDER LAW WEBSITE IS A GREAT RESOURCE. Here’s what you can find on the Website: Links to the DHS Health Care Programs Manual, the DHS Bulletin on treatment of uncompensated transfers, the Minnesota Bankers Association Compliance Bulletin on Powers of Attorney, legislative summary; Practice Links to organizations such as NAELA, ABA Commission on Law and Aging, Links to Federal and State Government Agencies, Statutes, and Regulations; Meeting Notices, Listings of Officers and Council Members, Section Bylaws, and more.
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