Wednesday, October 23, 2013
This year the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) and the National Aging and Law Conference (NALC) are joining forces to host the National Aging and Law Institute in the Washington D.C. area on November 7-9. Highlights include:
- An opening session on Thursday, "Washington Update: On What Will Washington Agree This Fall?"
- A morning session on Friday, "The Vision for Medicare and the Challenges Ahead," by CMS Deputy Administrator Jonathan Blum
- A Friday session with Charles Sabatino and others on "Health-Care Decision Making and HIPPA Privacy Barriers."
- A morning session on Saturday, "Technology and Design to Promote Independence and Quality of Life"
Details and registration are available here. Also note that a special "Senate Briefing: Elder Justice and Special Needs Issues " is free, but does require a separate, advance registration.