I recently had a frustrating experience with a physician regarding a client who would have absolutely thrived in assisted living. The doctor insisted that because of his past knowledge of assisted living, he “just knew” they couldn’t meet his patient’s needs; he was adamant that a nursing home was the only option. This opened my eyes to the fact that many professionals may not be aware of the higher level of care that can be provided safely and effectively in many assisted living communities. Please feel free to use this article I wrote as a tool when speaking with your clients, patients, caregivers and providers.
A Pandemic Benefit: The Expansion of Telemedicine
Owlytics Healthcare product line is just getting into the US. I’m not sure of the distributor, but I’m sure it can be found. Seems like senior living centers, home health care agencies, GCMs, rehab facilities, etc. should check out the product line to see if remote monitoring can keep our clients from having events requiring hospitalization. Read more…
The most powerful legal document currently in force in the United States is its Constitution. The Durable Power of Attorney your client executed last Tuesday comes in a close second. Here is a recent article I wrote for the summer edition of the NYSBA: Defensive Estate Planning with Powers of Attorney: How to Avoid Mayhem, Chaos and Unintended Consequences