Medicare Basic Training Part 9: Beneficiary Notices Initiative On-Demand Workshop

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Medicare beneficiaries have protections related to financial liability and appeal rights. A beneficiary notice is a required CMS form that notifies the beneficiary or their representative that the facility believes Medicare will no longer pay for the services and that financial liability will be transferred to beneficiary and provides details on how to appeal this decision. Following Medicare Basic Training Part 9: Beneficiary Notices Initiative, you will be able to explain the reasons to end Medicare coverage and to identify what required documents must be delivered to the resident and when. This session includes step-by-step instruction on completion of the required forms, as well as examples and popular myths and facts surrounding the beneficiary notices initiative.

1.0 contact hour will be awarded for this continuing nursing education activity. Learners must view at least 80% of the entire video and complete the associated evaluation to receive the contact hours. No partial credit will be awarded. Contact hours will be awarded for this activity until November 27, 2026.

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