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Decision-Making Issues – Advance Directives Q&A

In the November 2009 edition of EndNotes, we published a Q&A tailored specifically to assist hospice providers with common decision-making issues related to hospice patients (those with a medical condition that a physician has certified as incurable or irreversible and likely to result in death in a relatively short period of time).

From Russia, With Love

The U.S. Department of Labor predicts a growing need for registered nurses due to an aging population and technological advances that emphasize preventive health care. In fact, health care is one of the two industry sectors expected to have the largest employment growth, adding 4 million jobs between 2008 and 2018.

Hospice Cap Rule Bites the Dust Before Another Court

Since our update to you in the November 2009 edition of EndNotes, a few more U.S. district courts have declared the hospice cap regulation invalid because it is inconsistent with the statute on calculating the annual hospice cap.

CPR Training with the Health Law Section
Would you trust this lawyer to save your life? On June 11, the entire PS Health Law Section received CPR training and certification from the Triangle Area Chapter of the American Red Cross.* We’re pretty sure we’re the only law firm Health Law Section in the country that can honestly say, “We can save your license AND your life.

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