Ensuring a smooth Admissions process is important for both health care facilities and families. This in-service is designed to provide health care facility staff with practical tips to ensure success on day one and every day thereafter.
The in-service will cover:
♦ The Admissions Process
♦ Who Should Sign the Admissions Agreement?
♦ Gathering Pertinent Documentation
♦ Powers of Attorney
♦ Admission Agreement Addenda
♦ Medicaid Authorizations
♦ Medicare Special Rules
♦ Medicaid Special Rules
♦ Case Studies
♦ The Finance Department
♦ Medicare Rules – Notices and Appeal Rights
♦ Medicaid Rules – Application Deadlines and Timelines
♦ Handling Medicaid Applications for Residents
♦ Handling Medicaid Denials
♦ Fair Hearings
Private In-Service; Closed to the public
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