Worn-out rule

(Source – www.toledoblade.com)

Fifty years ago, hospital stays were longer, patient outcomes weren’t as good, and health care was generally riskier. So why does Medicare cling to a rule from 1965 that requires people to stay in the hospital for three days as inpatients before they can be transferred to a skilled nursing care facility? Read more…
 

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