Criteria and standards for acute inpatient care facilities and services in Indiana
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Criteria and standards for acute inpatient care facilities and services in Indiana

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Published by The Board in [Indianapolis] .
Written in English



  • Indiana.


  • Hospitals -- Standards -- Indiana.,
  • Hospital care -- Standards -- Indiana.

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Edition Notes

StatementIndiana State Board of Health.
LC ClassificationsRA981.I6 I67 1979
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 76 p. ;
Number of Pages76
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4070823M
LC Control Number79624897

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Many patients with conditions like stroke or brain injury, who need an intensive medical rehabilitation program, are transferred to an inpatient rehabilitation facility. Use this website to find and compare inpatient rehabilitation facilities based on infection rates and more.   The 60% Rule is a Medicare facility criterion that requires each IRF to discharge at least 60 percent of its patients with one of 13 qualifying conditions. Inpatient rehabilitation hospitals or units that do not comply with the 60% Rule will lose the IRF payment classification and will instead be categorized as general acute care hospitals. Residential inpatient treatment in Indiana consists of hour care at a live-in facility. Full treatment services, including medical and behavioral therapy, are provided all at one location. applicable Inpatient Rehabilitation and Long-Term Acute Care (LTAC) Facility Payment Policy. Note: The LOC billed must match the authorized LOC and length of stay. LEVEL R1 REHABILITATION REVENUE CODE Daily medical management and monitoring and skilled rehab services.

  inpatient services (such as acute care, mental health, and rehabilitation care) when the services are both of the following: Provided or prescribed and documented by a physician Medically necessary for the diagnosis or treatment of the member’s condition Note: This module includes information about IHCP coverage, billing, and reimbursement. criteria specified at subpart B of Part of the Medicare regulations. Failure to meet any of these criteria results in the termination of the special classification, and the facility reverts to an acute care inpatient hospital or unit that is paid under the IPPS in accordance.   Inpatient Hospital Services module – Specified criteria for hospitalization and therapeutic leave in the Reserving Beds subsection Clarified and reorganized information in the Prior Authorization for Inpatient Mental Health Services section, including adding information about the plan of care and updating Tables 1 and 2. Care guidelines from MCG provide fast access to evidence-based best practices and care-planning tools across the continuum of care, supporting clinical decision-making and documentation as well as enabling efficient transitions between care settings. Data analysis provides insight into critical benchmarks such as length of stay, re-admissions.

Acute & Continuing Care. Welcome to the home page for the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) Division of Acute & Continuing Care. The Division includes licensing and certification programs for more than two dozen types of health care providers in Indiana, including hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, home health agencies, and abortion clinics. a. Acute care inpatient services are covered in Medicare certified facility (a non-certified Medicare Facility only when the services are part of an emergent or urgent situation) (see the Coverage Summary for Emergent/Urgent Services, Post-Stabilization Care and Out-of-Area Services). Examples include, but are not limited to. Indiana. For both inpatient and outpatient (see below for additional outpatient criteria): IND. CODE ANN. § (a) [temporary commitment, up to 90 days] and IND. CODE ANN. § (a) [regular commitment, beyond 90 days]. You get these skilled services in a SNF that’s certified by Medicare. You need these skilled services for a medical condition that’s either: A hospital-related medical condition treated during your qualifying 3-day inpatient hospital stay, even if it wasn't the reason you were admitted to the hospital.