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The Untangling the Mystery of Hospice Transfers Webcast will be held at 2:00 p.m. ET on Tuesday, July 16, 2019.
We would like to invite you to attend a collaborative webcast about Medicare hospice transfers hosted by your Hospice Medicare Administrative Contractors (MACs), CGS, National Government Services and Palmetto GBA. The Medicare hospice benefit allows a beneficiary to transfer from one hospice agency to another once every benefit period without interruption. Whether you are transferring a beneficiary’s care to an agency across town or the country, the Medicare regulations remain the same. In order to transfer a beneficiary and preserve the benefit period/election, additional documentation and billing are required. During this webcast, the MACs will explain:
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Last Updated: 07/08/2019