24 February, 2023

Managing Risk and Disruption: New Liability Issues for Long Term Care and Transitions in Care in Post-Acute Settings


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Minton P. Mayer, Co-Managing Partner of the Tennessee offices, will co-present at the AHLA Long Term and Post-Acute Care Law and Compliance 2023 Annual Conference in New Orleans, to discuss the topic "Managing Risk and Disruption: New Liability Issues for Long Term Care and Transitions in Care in Post-Acute Settings."

This presentation will focus on care rendered outside the SNF or by non-SNF providers such as wound care consultants, physicians, hospice care, dialysis care, and who is responsible for effective pain management. Each session will also help identify and analyze the short-term impact and risk of agency staffing, wage inflation, social inflation, and the great resignation. This program will elaborate upon liability issues inherent in care transitions for the elderly and infirm.

Minton has extensive experience representing long-term care providers, assisted living facilities, health care providers, hospitals, nurse staffing, home health agencies and skilled nursing facilities in arbitration, trial, and appeal. His professional practice and volunteer experience as general counsel and president of a nursing home provide him with unique insight into the operations, compliance, risk management and board functions of long-term care providers for this presentation. Minton has attained the highest Peer Review Rating of AV(R) Preeminent(TM) from Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory. He is licensed to practice law in Tennessee and Arkansas.

Register for this event today at: https://www.americanhealthlaw.org/long-term-care-and-the-law-2023/registrationinformation

Event Location

Event Date

February 3, 2023


Sheraton New Orleans


Minton P. Mayer

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