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Navigating the System

Advising clients on Medicare and Medicaid planning and eligibility has become increasingly complicated. Elder law practitioners must struggle to keep up with the ever-changing health care wild west and consider the impact of new laws on both the federal and state levels, as well as the effect of recent court rulings on program eligibility. And advisors must take into account the possibility that their

Advising clients on Medicare and Medicaid planning and eligibility has become increasingly complicated. Elder law practitioners must struggle to keep up with the ever-changing health care “wild west” and consider the impact of new laws on both the federal and state levels, as well as the effect of recent court rulings on program eligibility. And advisors must take into account the possibility that their state may withdraw from the Medicaid program as costs to participate increase.

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