2022 Ohio Medicaid Manual Seminar
The 2022 Ohio Medicaid Manual seminar will be a two-day seminar for attorneys. Attendees will have the option to attend in-person in Columbus or via Zoom.
The Ohio Department of Medicaid recently released MEPL 164 regarding the treatment of retirement funds. This year’s seminar will focus heavily on the new MEPL and how this new policy affects retirement funds in Medicaid planning and eligibility situations.
As in prior years, we will address other basic Medicaid rules and we will provide a Medicaid case update. We will also discuss the client intake and application and appeal process and use breakout groups to analyze case studies based on real case examples.
12.0 CLE hours are expected.
All attendees will receive a complete 2022 edition of the Manual. Those attending by Zoom will receive their book via FedEx during the week of the seminar. Those attending in person will receive their book upon check in at the seminar.
All registrations (even for those attending in-person) are through Zoom. You will be given the option to register to attend in-person or Zoom for both days, or one day (Thursday or Friday).
Boxed lunches will be provided for in-person attendees. Please email [email protected] with any dietary restrictions.
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To quote a few of the attendees from previous years:
“I have attended Medicaid Seminars all over the country, participated in giving two, and been through the full MPS course twice. This is “hands down” the best and most helpful seminar that I have ever been to. Congratulations on the excellent work product and presentation … and Thank You!”
“Excellent program. Written materials also excellent.”
“Medicaid manual is excellent, well organized. I like that all the code reference and case references are in footnotes rather than in the text, page #’s easy to follow along with Rich. Very worth the price of the seminar; great value. Best presentation I have heard on the topic. Rich is very knowledgeable, experienced, and current.”
“I think that your method of using the case analysis was very helpful. I haven’t seen that done and it really gave me a feeling of looking inside your office/practice on the issue that you covered. I hope this was worth it to you because it was very valuable to me and I hope that you would do this on a somewhat regular basis.”