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Q&A: How do I schedule a COT after a skip day (LOA)?
Q&A: Is a SCSA required for short-term rehabilitation residents?
Q&A: How early can a quarterly assessment be scheduled?
Q&A: Does the PPS Part A Discharge Assessment ARD always have to equal the last Medicare day at A2400C?
Q&A: A resident answered “no” to having pain during the MDS interview, but documentation shows one episode of pain during the 5-day look-back period. How should I code this?
Q&A: How can I check for errors on the SNF Review and Correct Report?
Q&A: What new MDS items will be added in October?
Q&A: Can a resident who exhausted Medicare benefits on a g-tube and continues the same level of care ever regain a new Medicare benefit period?
Q&A: A Medicare Part A resident discharged to the hospital, but we did not complete the Medicare Part A PPS discharge assessment. Should I go back and modify?
Q&A: When would it be appropriate for the resident not to attend the care plan meeting according to the new regulations?
Q&A: I missed a quarterly almost two months ago. I have scheduled the quarterly to be completed as soon as possible. What else do I need to do?
Q&A: Therapy picked up a resident for only three days. Do I need a Start of Therapy Assessment (SOT)?
Q&A: We learned that a resident was enrolled in a Managed Medicare plan prior to admitting to our facility after submitting admission assessments. Should assessments that were previously submitted?
Q&A: Should I code a restraint in section P for a self-releasing seat belt or reclining chair?
Q&A: After completing and submitting the admission/5-day, 14-day, and 30-day, we found out that the resident was enrolled in a managed care plan prior to admitting to our facility. Should I modify the Admission/PPS 5-day and inactivate the PPS 14-day?
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