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Sept 28, 2022 | 1:00 pm (ET)

Negotiating the fine line between injuries and comorbidities

While we recognize that patients with comorbidities recover more slowly and achieve a lower functional outcome, the real question becomes how comorbidities should be handled when planning for long-term recovery and rehabilitation. Join Medical and Life Care Consulting as we host a complimentary, one-hour webinar presentation, ‘Negotiating the fine line between injuries and comorbidities,’ where life care planning expert, April Pettengill, discusses comorbidities within the medico-legal arena and the following best practices for identifying comorbidities, understanding their impact on the injury and future outcomes, addressing comorbidities in planning and costing.

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Uncovering the Unseen: Understanding, planning, and costing for brain injuries within the medico-legal arena.

Medical and Life Care Consulting hosted a complimentary, one-hour webinar presentation, ‘Uncovering the Unseen: Understanding, planning, and costing for brain injuries within the medico-legal arena.’ This webinar focused on brain and traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) and provided best practices for working on cases that include brain injuries.

Presenter: April Pettengill

April has over 33 years of experience as a Registered Nurse. She worked in the hospital setting in geriatrics, pediatrics, telemetry, and orthopedics. For the last 30 years, she has been a case manager for work-related injuries and illnesses.

Pediatric Life Care Planning: Best practices for life care planning and care for children of all ages

Access this one-hour webinar presentation, ‘Pediatric Life Care Planning: Best practices for life care planning and care for children of all ages as they develop and grow.

Pediatric life care planning expert, Cynthia Bourbeau, will discuss the framework of pediatric life care plans and explain the nurse life care planning process and special practice implications when preparing plans for children.

Life care planning for children forecasts some of the longest spans of treatment and care due to age and life expectancy.

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