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Chapter 182-551 WAC

Last Update: 11/27/18

ALTERNATIVES TO HOSPITAL SERVICES

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SUBCHAPTER I—HOSPICE SERVICES
Hospice—General
HTMLPDF182-551-1000Hospice program—General.
HTMLPDF182-551-1010Hospice program—Definitions.
Hospice—Coverage
HTMLPDF182-551-1200Client eligibility for hospice care.
HTMLPDF182-551-1210Covered services, including core services and supplies reimbursed through the hospice daily rate.
Hospice—Provider Requirements
HTMLPDF182-551-1300Requirements for a medicaid-approved hospice agency.
HTMLPDF182-551-1305Requirements for becoming a medicaid-approved hospice care center (HCC).
HTMLPDF182-551-1310Hospice election periods, election statements, and the hospice certification process.
HTMLPDF182-551-1320Hospice plan of care.
HTMLPDF182-551-1330Hospice—Client care and responsibilities of hospice agencies.
Hospice—Discharges and Notification
HTMLPDF182-551-1340When a client leaves hospice without notice.
HTMLPDF182-551-1350Discharges from hospice care.
HTMLPDF182-551-1360Ending hospice care (revocations).
HTMLPDF182-551-1370When a hospice client dies.
HTMLPDF182-551-1400Notification requirements for hospice agencies.
Hospice—Payment
HTMLPDF182-551-1500Hospice daily rate—Four levels of hospice care.
HTMLPDF182-551-1510Rates methodology and payment method for hospice agencies.
HTMLPDF182-551-1520Payment method for nonhospice providers.
HTMLPDF182-551-1530Payment method for medicaid-medicare dual eligible clients.
HTMLPDF182-551-1800Pediatric palliative care (PPC) case management/coordination services—General.
HTMLPDF182-551-1810Pediatric palliative care (PPC) case management/coordination services—Client eligibility.
HTMLPDF182-551-1820Pediatric palliative care (PPC) contact—Services included and limitations to coverage.
HTMLPDF182-551-1830How to become a medicaid-approved pediatric palliative care (PPC) case management/coordination services provider.
HTMLPDF182-551-1840Pediatric palliative care (PPC) case management/coordination services—Provider requirements.
HTMLPDF182-551-1850Pediatric palliative care (PPC) case management/coordination services—Rates methodology.
HTMLPDF182-551-1860Concurrent care for hospice clients age twenty and younger.
SUBCHAPTER II—HOME HEALTH SERVICES
HTMLPDF182-551-2000General.
HTMLPDF182-551-2010Definitions.
HTMLPDF182-551-2020Eligibility.
HTMLPDF182-551-2030Skilled services—Requirements.
HTMLPDF182-551-2040Face-to-face encounter requirements.
HTMLPDF182-551-2100Covered skilled nursing services.
HTMLPDF182-551-2110Covered specialized therapy.
HTMLPDF182-551-2120Covered aide services.
HTMLPDF182-551-2122Medical supplies, equipment, and appliances.
HTMLPDF182-551-2125Delivered through telemedicine.
HTMLPDF182-551-2130Noncovered services.
HTMLPDF182-551-2140Exceptions.
HTMLPDF182-551-2200Eligible providers.
HTMLPDF182-551-2210Provider requirements.
HTMLPDF182-551-2220Provider payments.
SUBCHAPTER III—PRIVATE DUTY NURSING
HTMLPDF182-551-3000Private duty nursing for clients age seventeen and younger—General.
HTMLPDF182-551-3050Private duty nursing for clients age seventeen and younger—Definitions.
HTMLPDF182-551-3100Private duty nursing for clients age seventeen and younger—Client eligibility.
HTMLPDF182-551-3200Private duty nursing for clients age seventeen and younger—Provider requirements.
HTMLPDF182-551-3300Private duty nursing for clients age seventeen and younger—Application requirements.
HTMLPDF182-551-3400Private duty nursing for clients age seventeen and younger—Authorization.
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