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Reporting Elder Abuse: Should I? Must I? Or Must I Not?

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Different states and federal authorities impose either requirements or best practices regarding reporting of suspected elder abuse, physical and financial, on professionals.  These are especially prevalent in the health care and financial fields.  However, there is a tension between one’s duty to report suspected fraud, fraudulent activity, and undue influence, and one’s duty to maintain the privacy and confidentiality of client and customer information.  Sheila and Peter will canvas the relevant authorities and discuss ways for professionals and their agents to maintain compliance with the reporting obligations while still preserving the confidences of customer and client information.

(Purchase of this product will include a Video recording, an Audio recording, and a PDF copy of the presentation.)

Presented by Peter Myers and Sheila K. Robello

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Different states and federal authorities impose either requirements or best practices regarding reporting of suspected elder abuse, physical and financial, on professionals.  These are especially prevalent in the health care and financial fields.  However, there is a tension between one’s duty to report suspected fraud, fraudulent activity, and undue influence, and one’s duty to maintain the privacy and confidentiality of client and customer information.  Sheila and Peter will canvas the relevant authorities and discuss ways for professionals and their agents to maintain compliance with the reporting obligations while still preserving the confidences of customer and client information.

(Purchase of this product will include a Video recording, an Audio recording, and a PDF copy of the presentation.)

Presented by Peter Myers and Sheila K. Robello