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Kickbacks and Kicked Out: Why Grandma Isn’t Getting her 100 Days of Medicare Rehab Anymore…and What to Do About It

Have you noticed more clients (or panicked adult-children) calling , wondering how the nursing home could possibly be sending your client home so soon – too soon? Instead of 100 days, are you seeing discharge happen routinely at day 10 or day 14 (if the client is lucky)? Medicare benefits have not changed, but hospitals and nursing homes have created (almost) impenetrable alliances. So, what’s changed – and how do you protect your client?
Credits: 1 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: P9007-19E-12
$80.00 or 1.00 credits
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Faculty:


Colleen Ceh Becvar, Trinity Advocacy Group, LLC, Oak Brook
Susan M. Langlotz, Strohschein Law Group, LLC, St. Charles & Wheaton

Originally presented as part of the 15th Annual Elder Law Short Course, available in its entirety as P9007-19U.

Faculty:


Colleen Ceh Becvar, Trinity Advocacy Group, LLC, Oak Brook
Susan M. Langlotz, Strohschein Law Group, LLC, St. Charles & Wheaton

Originally presented as part of the 15th Annual Elder Law Short Course, available in its entirety as P9007-19U.

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Program Date11/22/2019
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Program Date11/22/2019
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