With both MassHealth and Medicare scrutinizing home health utilization, agencies need to keep patient safety in mind when reducing services or discharging a patient. During this teleconference, home health legal expert Elizabeth Hogue will outline agencies’ obligations to ensure safe continuity of care.
About the Speaker: Elizabeth E. Hogue is an attorney in private practice with extensive experience in health care. Prior to becoming an attorney, she was employed as a personnel manager by a Blue Cross-Blue Shield Plan. She studied at the University of Maryland School of Law, concentrating in health law, and gained considerable clinical experience, course work and employment experience in this area. Following her admission to the Bar, she developed an active practice in health law. She represents clients all over the country. Her clients are professional associations, physicians, managed care providers, and institutional health care providers, including hospitals, long-term care facilities, home health agencies, durable medical equipment companies, private duty agencies and hospices. She has also represented a number of individual providers and case managers concerning health-related issues.
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