Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Sample Clauses

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. (CMS) mean the federal Medicare/Medicaid Agency.
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Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Cohorts: The Traditional Attribution Cohort and Expanded Attribution Cohort together.
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Date: --------------------- By: ----------------------- [name and title] Beverly Enterprises, Inc Date: --------------------- By: ----------------------- [name and title] EXHIBIT A BAD DEBT REPORTING, DOCUMENTATION, AND AUDITING PROTOCOL BEVERLY ENTERPRISES WILL PROVIDE THE CENTERS FOR MEDICARE AND MEDICAIX XXXXXCES ("CMS"), AND/OR ITS DESIGNATED AGENTS, THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION RELATED TO BAD DEBTS CLAIMED ON ANY BEVERLY ENTERPRISES COST REPORTS TO BE FILED FOR PERIODS BEGINNING WIXX XXX YEAR 2001 WITH CMS FOR PAYMENT UNDER THE MEDICARE PROGRAM: REPORTING AND DOCUMENTATION o Medicare bad debt listings (inpatient, outpatient and ESRD) that support the amounts claimed in the cost report. The listings should contain the following information that is necessary to determine the allowability of the bad debts:

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  • Hospice Services Services are available for a Member whose Attending Physician has determined the Member's illness will result in a remaining life span of six months or less.

  • Medicaid If and when the Resident’s assets/funds have fallen below the Medicaid eligibility levels, and the Resident otherwise satisfies the Medicaid eligibility requirements and is not entitled to any other third party coverage, the Resident may be eligible for Medicaid (often referred to as the “payor of last resort”). THE RESIDENT, RESIDENT REPRESENTATIVE AND SPONSOR AGREE TO NOTIFY THE FACILITY AT LEAST THREE (3) MONTHS PRIOR TO THE EXHAUSTION OF THE RESIDENT’S FUNDS (APPROXIMATELY $50,000) AND/OR INSURANCE COVERAGE TO CONFIRM THAT A MEDICAID APPLICATION HAS OR WILL BE SUBMITTED TIMELY AND ENSURE THAT ALL ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS HAVE BEEN MET. THE RESIDENT, RESIDENT REPRESENTATIVE AND/OR SPONSOR AGREE TO PREPARE AND FILE AN APPLICATION FOR MEDICAID BENEFITS PRIOR TO THE EXHAUSTION OF THE RESIDENT’S RESOURCES. Services reimbursed under Medicaid are outlined in Attachment “A” to this Agreement. Once a Medicaid application has been submitted on the Resident’s behalf, the Resident, Sponsor, and Resident Representative agree to pay, to the extent they have access to the Resident’s funds, to the Facility the Resident’s monthly income, which will be owed to the Facility under the Resident’s Medicaid budget. Medicaid recipients are required to pay their Net Available Monthly Income (“NAMI”) to the Facility on a monthly basis as a co-payment obligation as part of the Medicaid rate. A Resident’s NAMI equals his or her income (e.g., Social Security, pension, etc.), less allowed deductions. The Facility has no control over the determination of NAMI amounts, and it is the obligation of the Resident, Resident Representative and/or Sponsor to appeal any disputed NAMI calculation with the appropriate government agency. Once Medicaid eligibility is established, the Resident, Resident Representative and/or Sponsor agree to pay NAMI to the Facility or to arrange to have the income redirected by direct deposit to the Facility and to ensure timely Medicaid recertification. The Resident, Sponsor and Resident Representative agree to provide to the Facility copies of any notices (such as requests for information, budget letters, recertification, denials, etc.) they receive from the Department of Social Services related to the Resident’s Medicaid coverage. Until Medicaid is approved, the Facility may bill the Resident’s account as private pay and the Resident will be responsible for the Facility’s private pay rate. If Medicaid denies coverage, the Resident or the Resident’s authorized representative can appeal such denial; however, payment for any uncovered services will be owed to the Facility at the private pay rate pending the appeal determination. If Medicaid eligibility is established and retroactively covers any period for which private payment has been made, the Facility agrees to refund or credit any amount in excess of the NAMI owed during the covered period.

  • Family Care and Medical Leave An unpaid Family Care and Medical Leave shall be granted, to the extent of and subject to the restrictions as set forth below, to an employee who has been employed for at least twelve (12) months and who has served for 130 workdays during the twelve (12) months immediately preceding the effective date of the leave. For purposes of this Section, furlough days and days worked during off-basis time shall count as "workdays". Family Care and Medical Leave absences of twenty (20) consecutive working days or less can be granted by the immediate administrator or designee. Leaves of twenty (20) or more consecutive working days can be granted only by submission of a formal leave application to the Personnel Commission.

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  • Health Care Operations Health Care Operations shall have the meaning set out in its definition at 45 C.F.R. § 164.501, as such provision is currently drafted and as it is subsequently updated, amended or revised.

  • Child Care A. Employees employed as of March 1 who meet the following criteria shall be eligible for a lump sum payment each year. Eligible employees may apply for this payment between March 1 and April 15 of each year. Payment shall be made within thirty (30) days of receipt of the completed application. Any application received after April 15 will be considered on a case by case basis and shall not be arbitrarily rejected.

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