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    ​The beneficiary has the right to not use their benefit.  If the POA is the documented POA for financial and medical decision making, then yes, they can make that decision on the beneficiary's behalf. ...

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    The ABN must be issued with enough advanced notice that the resident/resident representative can make an informed decision before they incur a cost. This means that it must be issued no later than the ...

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    Related to this question, when Medicare part A ends but after receiving a NOMNC the family decides to continue with the stay as a long term care resident, is there a certain time frame the SNFABN needs ...

 

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