Author Archives: Ian Mattoch

NASHIA: Washington Weekly Update

Nashia Committee Updates       NASHIA Plans 2012 SOS Meeting Amy Flaherty, Conference Chair Planning continues for our annual conference; you won’t want to miss this dynamic event! The 2012 meeting will be held in conjunction with the 28th … Continue reading

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News from the National Assoc. of State Head Injury Administrators

IOM Releases Report on Cognitive Rehab Therapy Last week, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) released its report, “Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy for Traumatic Brain Injury: Evaluating the Evidence”, after studying whether existing research provides a conclusive evidence base to support using … Continue reading

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NASHIA Washington Weekly: DoD announces TBI research initiatives

The Department of Defense (DoD) just announced two separate research initiatives specifically designed for Traumatic Brain Injury research. The first is a new DoD/VA collaborative effort to better understand TBI as a chronic issue, Chronic Effects of Neurotrauma Consortium (CENC) … Continue reading

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Federal Rules and Regulations CMS Issues Rule on Transparency and Medicaid and CHIP Demonstration Projects On Feb. 22, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a final rule in the Federal Register, which establishes a process to promote … Continue reading

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Ian Mattoch, Hawaii’s personal injury attorney, received January 2013’ Federal TBI Program Listserv Digest. In this issue, the Federal TBI Program highlighted the following: 1. Parking Permits for Individuals with a Permanent Disability: Melinda Montovani (CT) asks: Is having a … Continue reading

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NASHIA: Washington Weekly Update, 2/15/2013

Ian Mattoch, Hawaii’s personal injury lawyer, receives weekly updates on administrative news from Washington DC from the National Association of State Head Injury Administrators (NASHIA). NASHIA assists State government in promoting partnerships and building systems to meet the needs of … Continue reading

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Hawaii’s Dept. of Educ. Concussion Management Program: 8-25-11

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Lawyer of the Year-Medical Malpractice Attorney Hawaii shares results from concussion study

Lawyer of the Year – Medical Malpractice Hawaii – and Best Lawyer Hawaii, Ian Mattoch, received a link to a New York Times article from neuropsychology expert, Claude Munday, Ph.D. NY Times reporter Jeff Kleinfeb stated that a series of … Continue reading

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Lawyer of the Year – Medical Malpractice announces 1st Mtg. at Brain Injury Resource Ctr.

Named Lawyer of the Year – Medical Malpractice and Best Lawyers in Hawaii – Personal Injury in Dec ’13 Honolulu Magazine, attorney Ian Mattoch shares: Here is the first meeting “Coffee Talk” at the new Brain The recommend product valtrex … Continue reading

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Injury Attorney Mattoch named Honolulu Magazine’s Lawyer of the Year

Brain injury attorney Ian Mattoch named Honolulu Magazine’s 2014 Lawyer of the Year and Best Lawyers in Hawaii.Ian Mattoch is honored to have been selected by his peers to be Honolulu Magazine’s 2014 “Lawyer of the Year” in the category … Continue reading

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