Establishing Compliance Plans In Managed Care

HIPPA compliance in billing and managed care requires both a careful set up and consistent maintenance. With a focused investment of staff’s time and research, your facility’s administration will develop a precise and compassionate compliance plan that will both meet the requirements for audit and leave your staff the resources and attention they need to deliver stellar patient care.

Butler Tibbetts Welcomes New Litigation Associate

Meredith McBride

(Southport, June 2023) — Butler Tibbetts, a leading law firm known for guiding clients through their most vulnerable moments in business and in life, recently announced that Aaron Arias has joined the firm as a litigation associate. Aaron strengthens the firm’s well-rounded and agile litigation team with experience in a range of complex civil litigation matters. His addition bolsters the firm’s focus on providing customized client solutions to resolve disputes and create positive outcomes.

Elder Law and Guardianships: Protecting Your Loved Ones’ Future

When a loved one is aging, unexpected decisions and legal considerations can arise. When planning ahead, it’s essential to think about the unique legal needs of older adults. Elder law is a specialized field that covers legal issues like medical decisions, long term care, and financial and estate planning. Another key component of elder law is guardianships, a legal process that can safeguard the rights and interests of elderly people who can no longer make decisions for themselves.

McBride to present on Rahimi decision for the American Bar Association

Meredith McBride

On May 18, Partner Meredith F. McBride will present on the implications of the Rahimi decision for the American Bar Association. The webinar will serve as continuing legal education on a rapidly evolving field of law governing the Second Amendment in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision in Bruen in 2022 and apply it specifically to how the Rahimi case will impact the practice of legal aid and family law.