Conferences & Symposia

Health Care Decision Making & the Maryland Medical Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (MOLST) Form


April 2, 2013

Tuesday, April 2, 2013
9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
500 W. Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

View conference sessions below. 

This program focuses on training individuals to comply with the regulations surrounding the MOLST form and the process for communicating patients’ end-of-life care preferences to health care providers. This form includes medical orders regarding resuscitation (CPR) status as well as other life sustaining treatments. Upon completion of this course, participants will have knowledge of the new health care decision-making process requirements, use of the Maryland MOLST form, and the tools to train others.

OBJECTIVES
1. Discuss the Health Care Decision Making Process.
2. Discuss the Health Care Decisions Act.
3. Learn the requirements and how to complete the MOLST form.
4. Understand your obligations and requirements for compliance.

PRESENTERS
Patricia Tomsko Nay, MD, Medical Director, Office of Health Care Quality
Paul Ballard, JD, Assistant Attorney General
Steve Levenson, MD, Longterm Care Medical Director
Rick Alcorta, MD, MIEMSS Executive Directo

CONFERENCE SESSIONS:

Healthcare Decision-Making - Steve Levenson (41 minutes)
Video | Presentation

Healthcare Decisions Act with Q&A- Paul Ballard & Tricia Nay (72 minutes)
Video | Presentation

Case Discussions (Stephen, Frank & Patrice) with Q&A - Tricia Nay (30 minutes)
Video

It Starts with a Conversation, + Q&A - Tricia Nay (35 minutes)
Video | Presentation

Maryland MOLST with Q&A - Paul Ballard & Tricia Nay (117 minutes)
Video | Presentation

Emergency Medical Services & MOLST - Richard Alcorta (27 minutes)
Video | Presentation 

MOLST Website & Spreading the Word - Tricia Nay (7 minutes)
Video

 

Sponsored by
The Maryland Health Care Ethics Committee Network
at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
and
The Beacon Institute


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