Health Law Cle Colorado End Of Life Act

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Health Law Cle   Colorado End Of Life Act
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Health Law Cle Colorado End Of Life Act says
The Colorado End-of-Live Options Act (the “Act”) was approved by voters in November 2016, and went into effect December 2016. The Act allows Colorado residents with a terminal medical condition to request and self-administer Medical Aid-in-Dying Medications ordered by an attending physician under certain conditions. The presentation will address:

Colorado residents who qualify to qualify to request and self-administer Medical Aid-In-Dying Medications,
Voluntary nature of participation by health care providers, including Physicians, Hospitals and other Health Facilities under the Act,
The role of Participating Health Care Providers, including Attending Physicians, Consulting Physicians and Hospitals,
The rights and obligations of Non-Participating Health Care Providers, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment proposed rule-making for documentation and reporting under the Act

Ann McCullough- Ann McCullough offers a practical perspective to health care clients. She has a clinical background and over 25 years of health law experience, both in private practice and as in-house counsel. Ann has a deep understanding of the operational aspects of relating to hospitals and other health care providers, including hospital-physician financial arrangements, physician employment, medical staff, health facility licensure, Medicare enrollment, EMTALA, contracting, and regulatory compliance. Recent recognition includes: Best Lawyers "Denver Health Care Law Lawyer of the Year" 2012, 2017; 5280 “Top Lawyer” for Health Law, 2015—2017; Best Lawyers in America® 2009—2017, Health Care Law; 5280 Super Lawyers, Health Care, 2006—2017

$15.00- Health Section member
$20.00- Non Health Law member
$10.00- Call In
Students - FREE

Submitted for 1 general CLE credit

Reservations must be received by noon on Tuesday, March 14, 2017. Any cancellations received after noon on Tuesday, March 14, 2017 will be charged for the cost of the program.
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By: Colorado Bar Association