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ON DEMAND: Medical-Legal Partnerships: A Primer

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Credit: 0 Credit Hours
 
Run Time: 55 Minutes
 
**This is a previously recorded program, originally recorded on December 16, 2020. 
 
Medical-Legal Partnerships create frameworks by which lawyers, doctors and health-care institutions work together to address the social determinants of health and improve overall outcomes for clients/patients.  Join us for a panel discussion with lawyers and a physician that will highlight the important role that Medical-Legal Partnerships play in providing holistic representation and care to clients/patients.  Through an interactive panel discussion (audience participation encouraged) speakers will address the following topics:
 
  • The origin and history of Medical Legal Partnerships.
  • The benefits of participating in Medical Legal Partnerships for clients/patients and practitioners.
  • Best cases and lessons learned.
  • The road ahead for Medical Legal Partnerships.
  • Practice pointers.
  • How to get involved at every career stage.
Sponsored by: D.C. Bar Health Law Community
 
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Speakers:
  • Jeffrey Goldhagen, MD MPH Professor and Chief, Division of Community and Societal Pediatrics University of Florida College of Medicine
  • Bethany Hamilton, Esq., Co-Director, National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership
  • Keegan Warren-Clem, Esq. Adjunct Professor, University of Texas at Austin School of Law
  • L'Kel Little, Associate General Counsel, March of Dimes, Inc. (Moderator)
  • Mia Olsen, Assistant General Counsel, Department of Behavioral Health (Moderator)
 
On Demand Registration Fees:
$0  D.C. Bar Community Member - Premium
$15 D.C. Bar Law Student Community Member
$20 D.C. Bar Health Law Community Member
$20 Government/Nonprofit
$40 D.C. Bar Member
$60 Non-member
 
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