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Outreach materials from Oct. 29, 2013 training

This page includes outreach materials from the October 29, 2013 training. You can access the latest outreach materials from Maryland Health Connection at http://www.marylandhealthconnection.gov/health-coverage-resources/health-coverage-fact-sheets. They include:

PowerPoint presentations from Oct. 29, 2013 training

This page includes the PowerPoint presentations from the Oct. 29 health care reform training.

 

Reference materials from Oct. 29, 2013 training

This post includes the additional materials for the October 29, 2013 health care reform training.

 

 

Health Care Reform in Maryland: Oct. 29, 2013 training materials

This book is a collection of the materials from the October 29, 2013 training, Health Care Reform in Maryland: What Legal Services Advocates Need to Know.

The training includes:

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON MEDICAL ASSISTANCE FOR NURSING HOME CARE

Prepared by: Long Term Care Assistance Project,
Maryland Legal Aid
Updated January 2011 

            Medical Assistance is a government-funded program that pays for long-term health care when personal funds have been exhausted.  This leaflet answers the following questions you may have about eligibility requirements and the application process: 

  • What is Medical Assistance?

Pro Bono Counseling Project

Name:   Pro Bono Counseling Project
     
Address:   111 West Road
    Suite 202
    Baltimore, MD 21204
     
Phone Number:   877-323-5800 or 410-825-1001 or 301-825-1388
     
Fax Number:   410-825-1388
     
   

The Pro Bono Counseling Project (PBCP) assures that uninsured or under-insured, low-income families and individuals in need of mental health care are linked with licensed mental health professionals who provide care on a volunteer basis at no cost.

Health Care Maryland Legislative Summary 2010

Now that the Governor has completed his bill signings, I’ve updated my legislative summaries for both elder law and health care laws this session.  For ease in reviewing, I separated out the elder law legislation (including guardianship, power of attorneys, and Department of Aging issues) and health care legislation (including all Medicaid, DDA, home and community based services, etc) and shortened them by removing the sponsors and committees.  I added some laws that were not included in my previous summaries, including the Uniform Adult Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Jur

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