Mediation is effective for the special care conflicts that plague families caring for Alzheimer's and related dementia.
Meet privately with Karen here, online,
from our downtown Kent satellite location to resolve.
CMS Quality of Care Mediation
In Ohio, mediation has been used for over twenty years. Topics of disputes have become numerous. Some include: adult guardianship, family issues, divorce, child protection, business, contract, landlord/tenant, property damage, neighbor issues, domestic violence, discrimination and other workplace issues, intellectual property, real estate, personal injury, malpractice, victim-offender, civil rights and special education.
A new mediation topic started fall, 2003 Quality of Care Mediation.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) added a mediation component to their Medicare Beneficiary Protection Program in September, 2003 which is run through their national network of Quality Improvement Organizations. CMS offers mediation as an optional method to resolving quality of care complaints that Medicare patients or their sponsors file against a physician or healthcare provider.
Medicare beneficiaries should contact OhioKePro with their quality of care complaint for resolution. Mediation is a free benefit to medicare beneficiaries.
Contact the Medicare Help Line about mediation at 1.800.633.4227.
Ohio? Visit Ohio's QIO click here
Arizona? Visit Arizona's QIO click here
Healthcare Professionals click here
Karen is proud to serve on Ohio's team of mediators for the CMS Quality of Care Mediation Initiative.
Mediation For Dementia Conflict
affiliated with Kent SBDC
211 E. Summit Street
Kent, Ohio 44240
Summer 2012 Tree City Bulletin
Alzheimer's Mediation For Dementia Conflict
Scottsdale Civic Center Healthcare Campus
3031 N. Civic Center Plaza
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
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