After a 3 day or more in-patient hospital stay, an individual transferred from a hospital directly to a nursing home or rehabilitation center is entitled to Medicare coverage for a certain period of time. However, individuals kept on “observation” status are not entitled to such Medicare coverage. Imagine that your loved one was in the hospital for … Continue reading Medicare Observation Status: Beware of this Coverage Pitfall
We are pleased to announce that GDGC Partner Melissa Negrin-Wiener, Esq. received the Hofstra University Maurice A. Deane School of Law Outstanding Woman in Law Award for 2017.This is a well-deserved achievement for Melissa in recognition of her continued selfless advocacy for seniors on Long Island and meaningful contributions to the legal community. Melissa Negrin-Wiener was … Continue reading GDGC Partner Melissa Negrin-Wiener honored as an Outstanding Woman in Law by Hofstra University
Medicaid Home Care in New York is provided by Managed Long Term Care (MLTC) plans. MLTCs provide Medicaid home care and case management services to people who need long-term care in the community. The MLTC decides how many hours of care you or your loved one will receive and arranges for that care by a network … Continue reading Medicaid Home Care: How Many Hours Will Be Approved?
Do you have questions about Assisted Living and Home Care? Representatives from Amber Court Assisted Living and Amber Court at Home are hosting free consultations at GDGC's Susan C. Snowe Caregiver Resource Center in April. Amber Court Assisted Living, a residential facility, and Amber Court at Home, a Certified Home Health Care Agency, provide customized care for your loved one, exactly … Continue reading GDGC April 2017 News and Events
GuildNet, a provider of Managed Long Term Care (MLTC), including home care and nursing home care under New York’s Medicaid program, gave notice to approximately 4,000 Medicaid recipients that they will no longer offer MLTC services in Nassau, Suffolk, and Westchester Counties. Medicaid recipients must choose another MLTC before May 18, 2017 to receive uninterrupted … Continue reading GuildNet Discontinuing Managed Long Term Care Business on Long Island and Westchester Counties
The Trump Administration released a proposed plan to replace the Affordable Care Act. If passed, Trump’s American Health Care Act (AHCA) will negatively impact older Americans as outlined below. Premiums and Tax Credits: AHCA provides tax credits based on age. People over age 60 will get a $4,000 tax credit. However, they will be charged more for coverage … Continue reading American Health Care Act: What Seniors and Their Loved Ones Need to Know
GuildNet, a Medicaid provider of long-term care, has announced that it will no longer accept new enrollees from Suffolk, Nassau and Westchester Counties. (Newsday) This may well be a portent of things to come. According to GuildNet, under Managed Medicaid, the reimbursement rate is too low to sustain care to patients and too low to pay health care … Continue reading Legal Alert Managed Medicaid Provider GuildNet Not Accepting New Patients on Long Island