• CNA Webcast: Admissions and Transfers โ€“ Challenges Facing Aging Services Facilities

    Friday August 1, 2014

    CNA will be broadcasting a Webcast on Thursday August 7, 2014 at 12:00 Central Time on the admissions and transfer challenges facing aging services facilities. Facilities work with residents and their families on numerous sensitive issues that arise in this healthcare delivery setting. Appropriate identification of those residents who may be safely admitted and those who should be transferred poses a significant challenge. This webcast will address the admission and transfer issue, as well as resident behavior and health issues, and resident assessment tools. To register for this webcast please view this attachment.

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  • Billing Errors & Omissions Liability Program

    Friday August 8, 2014

    Healthcare is one of the most regulated industries in the U.S. and healthcare providers are extremely vulnerable to allegations of improper billing by both governmental payers and private commercial payers. The Gallagher Billings E&O Program provides important protection to healthcare providers against such allegations. 

    Read more about the Gallagher Billings E&O Program

  • Handling Funds Following the Death of a Medicaid Eligible Resident

    Wednesday August 20, 2014

    ALERT Nursing Home Providers


    Handling Funds Following the Death of a Medicaid - Eligible Resident

    The purpose of this alert is to clarify the procedures associated with handling  funds following
    the death of a Medicaid-eligible nursing home resident. 42 CFR ยง 483.10(c)(6), the Medicaid Administrative Code 560-X-10.-14(3)(f) and 560-X-22-.25(5)(e) and the Social Security Administration Guide for Representative Payees require that nursing homes, upon the death of a resident, release any funds being held at the facility in the resident's name to the individual or probate jurisdiction designated to administer the deceased resident's estate.

    Attached to this alert is a newly developed Administrator of Estate Designation Form which will provide a resident the opportunity to designate who should receive the remaining personal funds. Upon the death of the resident, the completed form in the patient's record will allow a nursing home facility to turn over any remaining funds to the designated Administrator of the Estate.

    See attached document for complete ALERT and Administrator of Estate Designation Form.

      Handling Funds Following the Death of a Medicaid - Eligible Resident


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