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  • Karen M. Wyatt

A New Model for End-of-Life Care with Dr. Bob Uslander

Learn how this doctor is revolutionizing end-of-life care for his patients with a unique concierge model.

Thursday March 29, 2018

10 am Pacific/1 pm Eastern

Dial-in Number: (425) 440-5010

Code: 882570#

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We often lament that end-of-life care needs improvement in our society but few of us know how to actually change it. My guest Dr. Bob Uslander has actually created a unique end-of-life medical practice that is making a difference for his elderly patients and transforming the way they die. He'll discuss the concierge model and how it is working for his patients.

In this interview you'll learn:

How Dr. Bob got interested in caring for patients at the end of life

How his concierge practice works

The special services offered to patients through his office

The gaps in medical care that are being filled by this new model

Dr. Bob's experience providing medical aid in dying to patients

Advice for other doctors who are considering becoming prescribers for MAID

Dr. Bob Uslander received his BS in Biology at the University of Illinois (Summa Cum Laude), and is a graduate of the UCLA School of Medicine (AOA Honor Society). He completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at the University of Illinois Affiliated Hospitals. Dr. Bob is board certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine and is a member of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO), the California Medical Association and the San Diego County Medical Association. While his training was in emergency medicine, his career has evolved toward taking care of the elderly and those nearing the end of their lives.

Since 2003, he has focused on creating and working with practices and programs that help the elderly and clinically complex members of the community receive excellent health care. In 2003 Dr. Bob created Sierra Housecalls Medical Group to provide medical care to the homebound and elderly members of his Northern California community. In 2004, he helped form Seniority Life Care at Home, a provider of non-medical in-home care for seniors, which allows them to remain in their own homes more safely and independently. He was a founder and past president of Sierra LifeNet, a non-profit organization dedicated to meeting the needs of the frail elderly, including the operation of a local Adult Day Health Care program.

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