Jaime Whitt on Medicare End of Life Planning

I tip my hat today to emerging scholar and student Jaime Whitt at K.U. for her student-authored post at the Wolters-Kluwer Winter 2013 Law School Legal Scholar program blog.  She gets it just right when she concludes that what Medicare is reluctant to reimburse for is the conversation we most need to encourage.

My all time favorite observation on Medicare end of life health care planning is the resourcefulness of providers who provided the unreimbursed service and reported privately that they billed it to marital counseling.

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