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Webinar: Special Needs Trusts
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Attendees of this webinar can look forward to gaining a vast array of knowledge on special needs trusts. This webinar will identify what a special needs trust is and when it is necessary in a workers' compensation settlement. The speakers will also provide insight into the differences in Medicaid qualifications. 



Members: $63
Non-Members: $83

Note: Credit card payments will be assessed a 3.5% convenience fee.

Continuing Education Credit

This webinar has been submitted for approval for one (1) hour of CLCP/CCLCP, CMSP, CWCP, CGCM, and MSCC continuing education credits.

Learn more about our Presenters


Beth Hostetler, RN, Director of Medicare Services, Albertson's Companies

Beth Hostetler is a nurse with over twenty-five years experience in the field of disability management and cost containment services in Workers Compensation. She has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Case Western Reserve University. She has been a certified Life Care Planner and is currently a Certified Medicare Set-Aside Allocator, and Certified Medicare Secondary Payer Professional. Her experience includes nearly fifteen years as Branch Manager in the Healthcare Division of Crawford & Company as well as several years as owner of her own company which provided case management, life care planning and Medicare Set-Aside services. Presently, she is the Director of Medicare Services in the Corporate Risk Management Department of Albertson’s Companies which is one of the largest food and drug retailers in North America. She has developed Albertson’s internal MSP Compliance program for Workers Compensation which includes policy and procedure for MMSEA Section 111 reporting, conditional payment identification and resolution and the MSA program. She routinely provides internal training on Medicare Secondary Payer compliance and all aspects of the MSA process.




 Will Lindahl, MBA, CLPF, Executive Director, CPT Institute

 Will Lindahl is the Executive Director for CPT Institute established in 1994. CPT Institute operates in forty-eight states and is the nation’s leading national charity providing Master Trusts which include Settlement Management Trusts, Special Needs Trusts, and Minors Trusts. Will has been helping settlement professionals, attorneys and settlement consultants mitigate government benefit issues affecting insurance and workers’ compensation settlements for the past twenty years. CPT Institute has established over ten thousand trusts in its twenty-four-year history and has developed one of the lowest cost non-profit trust programs in America.



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