SUBCHAPTER I—HOSPICE SERVICES
Client eligibility for hospice care.
Covered services, including core services and supplies reimbursed through the hospice daily rate.
Requirements for a medicaid-approved hospice agency.
Requirements for becoming a medicaid-approved hospice care center (HCC).
Hospice election periods, election statements, and the hospice certification process.
Hospice plan of care.
Hospice—Client care and responsibilities of hospice agencies.
Hospice—Discharges and Notification
When a client leaves hospice without notice.
Discharges from hospice care.
Ending hospice care (revocations).
When a hospice client dies.
Notification requirements for hospice agencies.
Hospice daily rate—Four levels of hospice care.
Rates methodology and payment method for hospice agencies.
Payment method for nonhospice providers.
Payment method for medicaid-medicare dual eligible clients.
Pediatric palliative care (PPC) case management/coordination services—General.
Pediatric palliative care (PPC) case management/coordination services—Client eligibility.
Pediatric palliative care (PPC) contact—Services included and limitations to coverage.
How to become a medicaid-approved pediatric palliative care (PPC) case management/coordination services provider.
Pediatric palliative care (PPC) case management/coordination services—Provider requirements.
Pediatric palliative care (PPC) case management/coordination services—Rates methodology.
Concurrent care for hospice clients twenty years of age and younger.
SUBCHAPTER II—HOME HEALTH SERVICES
Home health services—General.
Home health services—Definitions.
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Home health services—Eligible persons.
Home health skilled services—Requirements.
Home health services—Covered skilled nursing services.
Home health services—Covered specialized therapy.
Home health services—Covered aide services.
Home health services—Delivered through telemedicine.
Home health services—Noncovered services.
Home health services—Eligible providers.
Home health services—Provider requirements.
Home health services—Provider payments.
Private duty nursing services for clients seventeen years of age and younger.