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Medicare and Medicaid Programs - Condition of Participation - Immunization Standard for Long Term Care Facilities (US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Regulation) (CMS) (2018 Edition) The Law Library presents the complete text of the Medicare and Medicaid Programs - Condition of Participation - Immunization Standard for Long Term Care Facilities (US Centers for M Medicare and Medicaid Programs - Condition of Participation - Immunization Standard for Long Term Care Facilities (US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Regulation) (CMS) (2018 Edition) The Law Library presents the complete text of the Medicare and Medicaid Programs - Condition of Participation - Immunization Standard for Long Term Care Facilities (US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Regulation) (CMS) (2018 Edition). Updated as of May 29, 2018 The goal of this final rule is to increase immunization rates in Medicare and Medicaid participating long term care (LTC) facilities by requiring LTC facilities to offer each resident immunization against influenza annually, as well as lifetime immunization against pneumococcal disease. LTC facilities will be required to ensure that before offering the immunization, each resident or the resident's legal representative receives education regarding the benefits and potential side effects of immunization. The facilities will be required to offer immunization against influenza annually and immunization against pneumococcal disease once, unless medically contraindicated or the resident or the resident's legal representative refuses immunization. Increasing the use of Medicare-funded preventive services is a goal of both CMS and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This final rule is intended to increase the number of elderly receiving influenza and pneumococcal immunization and decrease the morbidity and mortality rate from influenza and pneumococcal diseases. This book contains: - The complete text of the Medicare and Medicaid Programs - Condition of Participation - Immunization Standard for Long Term Care Facilities (US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Regulation) (CMS) (2018 Edition) - A table of contents with the page number of each section


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Medicare and Medicaid Programs - Condition of Participation - Immunization Standard for Long Term Care Facilities (US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Regulation) (CMS) (2018 Edition) The Law Library presents the complete text of the Medicare and Medicaid Programs - Condition of Participation - Immunization Standard for Long Term Care Facilities (US Centers for M Medicare and Medicaid Programs - Condition of Participation - Immunization Standard for Long Term Care Facilities (US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Regulation) (CMS) (2018 Edition) The Law Library presents the complete text of the Medicare and Medicaid Programs - Condition of Participation - Immunization Standard for Long Term Care Facilities (US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Regulation) (CMS) (2018 Edition). Updated as of May 29, 2018 The goal of this final rule is to increase immunization rates in Medicare and Medicaid participating long term care (LTC) facilities by requiring LTC facilities to offer each resident immunization against influenza annually, as well as lifetime immunization against pneumococcal disease. LTC facilities will be required to ensure that before offering the immunization, each resident or the resident's legal representative receives education regarding the benefits and potential side effects of immunization. The facilities will be required to offer immunization against influenza annually and immunization against pneumococcal disease once, unless medically contraindicated or the resident or the resident's legal representative refuses immunization. Increasing the use of Medicare-funded preventive services is a goal of both CMS and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This final rule is intended to increase the number of elderly receiving influenza and pneumococcal immunization and decrease the morbidity and mortality rate from influenza and pneumococcal diseases. This book contains: - The complete text of the Medicare and Medicaid Programs - Condition of Participation - Immunization Standard for Long Term Care Facilities (US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Regulation) (CMS) (2018 Edition) - A table of contents with the page number of each section

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