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Joint Commission issues advisory on continuity of operations planning

On May 22, 2018, the Joint Commission released an advisory addressing the importance of continuity of operations planning (COOP).  When an emergency strikes, an ill-prepared health care organization can put patients at risk.  The goal of an COOP is “to … Continue reading

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Long-Term Planning for Long-Term Care

Medicaid and Medicare are insurance programs that were both created by federal law but that is where the similarities generally stop. Medicare is an insurance program from those over 65 and will pay for some rehabilitative services, while Medicaid is… … Continue reading

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Blockchain Technology, Estate Planning and Resting Place Management

Blockchain, a type of real-type digital ledger, is not a tool usually spoken off in estate planning circles, but may in fact lessen complications when it comes to settling a descedant's estate. By registering wills or inheritance wishes on a… … Continue reading

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Basics of Estate Planning: Portability

What is “portability” and how is it elected? This article discusses these topics and explains some shortcuts that can be taken when filing a return only for portability. Read on to learn more. The post Basics of Estate Planning: Portability … Continue reading

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Things to consider when planning to take law courses

Whether you’re becoming a full-time law student or simply getting ready to take night classes, law courses are a serious undertaking. It’s important to think carefully about and be prepared for the classes themselves, and there’s another whole range of … Continue reading

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