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Congress could ease that problem by letting patients count up to two outpatient observation days toward the skilled nursing care eligibility requirement, Miller said.
For example, a traditional fee-for-service medical care plan may cover skilled nursing care for 60 days during each confinement.
2490), which maintains Medicare funding for skilled nursing care at 2002 levels and includes inflation adjustments.
Those seniors who depend on Medicare and need around-the-clock skilled nursing care are clearly put in jeopardy by these cuts, and we strongly urge Congress to ensure the cliff is avoided," stated Charles H.
Coopers & Lybrand found that interest in alternatives to skilled nursing care is being fueled by the desire among seniors, who do not need fulltime medical attention, to live in an environment that provides them access to healthcare and other services while being conductive to maintaining a level of independence and dignity.
Committee Against Closing the TCU organizers declared at a town hall meeting Thursday their intention to step up lobbying of the hospital's board of directors on behalf the 27-bed wing, which provides skilled nursing care to frail patients -- mostly seniors -- who have been discharged from the hospital but are not ready to go home.
The program offers medical and skilled nursing care and supervision, personal care, housekeeping, social day care, transportation, and homeimprovement services.
However, the need to explore new opportunities and be open to developing new product lines is the future of skilled nursing care.
Plans for the site include the demolition of the main administration building to make way for a $10 million one-story residential building and 60-bed skilled nursing care facility for young adults with head trauma and spinal cord injuries.
The 27-bed Transition Care Unit offers skilled nursing care to those who have been hospitalized but are not quite ready to go home.