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skilled care

Medical care provided by licensed professionals working under the direction of a physician.
See also: care
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The community's eleven centenarians from independent living, assisted living and skilled care were recognized at the anniversary event, for their distinguished milestones ranging from 100-105 years.
In upstate New York or downtown Chicago, on the other hand, rates are closer to $22 - $25 per hour, and they may rise substantially for certain types of skilled care.
Until recently, the requirement that skilled care be necessary to treat a medical condition was interpreted by Medicare to mean that a person's condition had to be improving.
Care ranges from basic needs (cooking, cleaning, bathing, getting dressed) to skilled care. Your doctor makes the decision when care is needed, not the insurer.
Currently, the wireless network delivers access in the skilled care, assisted living and common areas of ACTS' campuses which encompass about 30 percent of their communities.
Medicare coverage standards will instead be based on people's need for skilled care, regardless of whether they show improvement.
We estimate cost functions that include in addition to the RUGs CMI, inpatient days, ownership, and wage index, the percent of days due to Medicare skilled care days (%SKILLED).
Skilled care residents comfortably enjoy structured courtyard activities, including summer birthday parties, from the covered second floor balcony.
Cambridge Realty Capital Companies reports the closing of $90.6 million of HUD-insured Section 232 loans to refinance a portfolio of 10 Intermediate and Skilled Care nursing facilities.
Access to skilled care, institutional delivery and emergency surgery, such as caesarean section, is very limited for poor people, and is often unaffordable.
The typical CCRC has three distinct levels: independent living, assisted living, and skilled care. Independent living is for residents who can see to their own needs and enjoy the amenities of the facility.
Risk Underwriters, a specialty lines underwriting manager and wholesale broker, has unveiled its new ElderCare Legal Expense Reimbursement policy for skilled care, assisted living, continuing care retirement communities and other long-term-care facilities.