We help ill and injured Indianans by providing Life Care Planning services in Indiana that address cerebral palsy, major burns, spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries, acquired brain injuries, burns, amputations, mild traumatic brain injury, birth injuries, major joint injuries, multiple trauma, orthopedic trauma injuries, chronic pain injuries, spinal injuries, and others.
The Board Certified Physician Life Care Planners in Indiana at Physician Life Care Planning provide Life Care Plans for ill and injured Hoosiers, in Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Evansville, South Bend, Fishers, Carmel, Bloomington, Hamond, Noblesville, Lafayette, Gary, Muncie, Greenwood, Kokomo, Terre Haute, Anderson, Elkhart, Mishawaka, Westfield, Columbus, Jeffersonville, Lawrence, West Lafayette, Portage, New Albany, and throughout the State of Indiana.
Qualifications of our Certified Physician Life Care Planners in Indiana
Our Certified Physician Life Care Planners in Indiana are practicing physicians who are Board Certified in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, a medical specialty that has long been recognized as uniquely qualified to provide a strong medical foundation for life care plans. Some of our Board Certified Physician Life Care Planners who formulate Indiana Life Care Plans are also Board Certified Independent Medical Examiners, and maintain Certified Life Care Planners (CLCP™) Certification, as designated by the International Commission on Health Care Certification.
The Indiana Life Care Planners at Physician Life Care Planning are highly experienced medical professionals who have maintained numerous clinical appointments, executive appointments, and medical directorships at leading medical facilities including Professional Disability Associates in Batesville, Wellspring Pain Management, PRIUM Medical Cost Management Services, Objective Medical, Margaret Mary Community Hospital, Decatur County Memorial Hospital, and Stanford University Outpatient Clinics.
Our Certified Physician Life Care Planners who serve Indiana maintain active medical licenses, and they are associated with a variety of national and Indiana medical and professional associations and societies, including the American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, the American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, The American Academy of Physician Life Care Planners, the American Board of Independence Medical Examiners, the Indiana Society of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, the Indiana State Medical Association, the Spine Intervention Society, and the International Commission on Health Care Certification.
Our Board-Certified Physician Life Care Planners in Indiana have also received medical training and education at some of the country’s leading universities, colleges, and medical facilities, including Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, Wabash College in Crawfordsville, Indiana University in Indianapolis, and Marshfield Clinic in Marshfield, Wisconsin.
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Common Types of Injuries in Indiana that Require Life Care Plans:
Life Care Plans for Aviation Injuries in Indiana commonly address Indianans who have been injured in airport accidents, offshore helicopter accidents, oilrig transport accidents, helicopter accidents, helicopter crashes, private plane / general aviation accidents, and commercial airline accidents.
Life Care Plans for Drug & Medical Injuries in Indiana not only address injuries sustained during a broad range of medical treatment and medical procedures, they also address illnesses which can be caused by dangerous drugs. The resulting injuries and illnesses can include various forms of cancer, lymphoma, neurotoxic injuries, cardiovascular injuries, brain damage, and chronic diseases.
Life Care Plans for Farm and Ranch Injuries in Indiana often include tractor accidents, failure of three point hitch accidents, agricultural stripper accidents, roller belt accidents, harvester, accidents, grain elevators and auger accidents, packing and loading accidents, stampeding livestock accident, heavy equipment accidents, safety guard malfunction accidents, hazardous chemical accidents, accidents relating to entrapment in silos and confined places, and slip and fall accidents.
Life Care Plans for Industrial Injuries in Indiana commonly address Indianans injured in drilling rig accidents, warehouse accidents, factory accidents, grain mill accidents, mines and mining accidents, plant and refinery accidents, construction site accidents, and paper mill accidents. Industrial accidents often necessitate life care plans that address neck and back injuries, shoulder injuries, broken bones, brain injuries, crush Injuries, and others.
Life Care Plans for Oilfield Injuries in Indiana often result from land rig explosions, drilling rig accidents, blowouts, gas truck crashes and pipeline explosions. Oilfield injuries often include severe burns, amputations, traumatic brain injury, and musculoskeletal injuries.
Life Care Plans for Plant & Refinery Injuries in Indiana commonly include burn injuries, spinal cord injuries, neck and back injuries and amputation and crushing injuries. Our life care planning physician have formulated life care plans for injured individuals at chemical plants, at oil and gas refineries, and which resulted from plant explosions and defective machinery.
Life Care Plans for Railroad Injuries in Indiana often address injuries sustained by Indianans who have sustained hazardous materials exposure, or who have been injured as a result of train derailments or railroad crossing accidents. Unfortunately, these accidents often necessitate life care plans which address amputations, brain injuries, crush injuries, internal injuries, spinal cord injuries, burn injuries, broken bones, paralysis, and permanent disability.
Life Care Plans for Truck & Automobile Injuries in Indiana commonly address orthopedic injuries, head and traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, amputations, whiplash, coup and countercoup injuries, burns, and more. These injuries are typically caused by various forms of impact, or fire.
The Methodology Used by our Certified Physician Life Care Planners in Indiana
The tenets, methods and best practices of the American Academy of Physician Life Care Planners was first published in 2017 in A Physician’s Guide to Life Care Planning: Tenets, Methods, and Best Practices for Physician Life Care Planners.
This published, regularly employed peer-reviewed methodology is widely accepted within the discipline of life care planning; and it has been reliably employed in thousands of state and federal court cases throughout the United States.
Training in the methodology advocated by the American Academy of Physician Life Care Planners has been peer-reviewed by the International Commission on Health Care Certification (ICHCC), the certifying body which governs the Certified Life Care Planning Certification (CLCP™), the oldest and most widely held certification in the field of life care planning. Additionally, the ICHCC peer-reviews and accepts life care plans which employ the methodology advocated by the American Academy of Physician Life Care Planners for purposes of awarding CLCP™ Certification to CLCP™ Certification Candidates. Further, the ICHCC affords ICHCC Continuing Education Units (CEUs) to CLCP™ Certification Holders who receive methodological and clinical education from the American Academy of Physician Life Care Planners.
Training in the methodology advocated by the American Academy of Physician Life Care Planners is reviewed and accepted by the American Medical Association (AMA), in conjunction with the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) and the University of Indiana Health Science Center of San Antonio. The AMA affords its highest level Continuing Medical Education Credits (CME Credits) to licensed physicians who receive methodological and clinical training and education from the American Academy of Physician Life Care Planners.
What are the three Basic Questions of Life Care Planning?
According to the published, peer-reviewed tenets, methods and best practices advocated by the American Academy of Physician Life Care Planners, the Basic Questions of Life Care Planning are:
- What is a subject’s diagnostic condition?
- What medically-related goods and services does a subject’s diagnostic conditions require?
- How much will the medically-related goods and services cost over time?
What are the Clinical Objectives of a Life Care Plan?
According to the published, peer-reviewed tenets, methods and best practices advocated by the American Academy of Physician Life Care Planners, the Clinical Objectives of Life Care Planning are:
- Diminish or eliminate physical and psychological pain and suffering.
- Reach and maintain the highest level of function given an individual’s unique circumstance.
- Prevent complications to which an individual’s unique physical and mental conditions predispose them.
- Afford the individual the best possible quality of life in light of their condition.
What Types of Medical Treatment are Included in Indiana Life Care Plans
The American Academy of Physician Life Care Planners categorizes Future Medical Recommendations according to the following structure:
- Physician Services
- Routine Diagnostics
- Laboratory Studies
- Rehabilitation Services
- Equipment & Supplies
- Nursing & Attendant Care
- Environmental Modifications & Essential Services
- Acute Care Services
Biographies and Curriculum Vitae for Certified Life Care Planners in Indiana
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