Work-Life "Being"

Work-Life Being
Perhaps when considering how to achieve work success and prosperity and a meaningful family life, the direction to go isn’t upward, but inward.

This post originally appeared on Thrive Global, a community group established by Arianna Huffington that focuses on wellness. 

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Rebecca Adelman
What is your Mount Everest?

Last month, I climbed Mount Everest, the world's tallest and most prominent mountain at 29,029 feet (8,850 meters). Well, sort of…I accepted the 29Zero29.com challenge organized by entrepreneur and extreme living specialist Jesse Itzler and his unbounded team. The event was at Mount Stratton, Vermont.

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Rebecca Adelman
EMERGENCIES – ARE YOU PREPARED?

As I’m writing, communities in the Southeast and Texas are braving through the recovery from the devastation of hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Although the full impact of these events is truly unknown, we do know that for millions across the country, life will never be the same. There is a particularly devastating impact on many older adults in long-term care facilities in preparing for and dealing with hurricanes and other disasters.

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Rebecca Adelman
DRI Nursing Home/ALF Litigation Conference and Lunch

Hosting a luncheon for our clients and colleagues was a highlight of the 2017 DRI Nursing Home/ALF Litigation conference in Atlanta, Georgia, this week. We had a great time and enjoyed learning together at the conference. We're sending all of our support to Florida, Houston and beyond, as we missed some who were not able to travel due to the recent storms. 

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Rebecca Adelman
HAT Memphis office has a new home on South Main Street

HAT Memphis renovated and relocated to the Railway Express Agency (REA) in the famous Central Station. A national monopoly, the REA was set up by the United States federal government in 1917. REA ceased operations in 1975 when its business model was no longer viable, but REA will soon be a bustling redevelopment

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Rebecca Adelman
Tennessee: Medical Authorizations - Not Necessary for Single Provider

Under recent Tennessee law, a plaintiff does not need to send a medical authorization with the Notice of Intent if only one medical provider is receiving the Notice of Intent. In the past, courts and counsel understood that even if the Notice was only sent to one provider, such as a nursing home, the plaintiff must still include a medical authorization for the medical records of that provider to allow both the provider and counsel to review the records in anticipation of litigation.  

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Rebecca Adelman